Tom Mcgrath's kid's animation entertainer 'The Boss Baby' which hit the screens worldwide on March 31st opened up with mixed to positive reviews from the critics and the general public. The movie dominated the US Box Office in its opening weekend by minting $49 million as per early estimates. It surpassed the third-weekend collections of Emma Watson's 'Beauty and the Beast' which minted $47.5 million with a slight margin to take the lead in weekend US box office (March 31st to April 2nd). On the other hand, 'Ghost In The Shell' which released on the same day failed to give competition for 'The Boss Baby' as it collected $19 million which is less than half amount of Kid's entertainer.

Top 12 US box-office films for the weekend

The below is the list of Top 12 grosser at the US box office during the March 31st to April 2nd weekend as per early estimates.

  • Boss Baby, The - 20th Century Fox - $49.0M
  • Beauty And The Beast - Disney - $47.5M
  • Ghost In The Shell - Paramount - $19.0M
  • Power Rangers - Lionsgate - $14.5M
  • Kong: Skull Island - Warner Bros. - $8.8M
  • Logan - 20th Century Fox - $6.2M
  • Get Out - Universal - $5.8M
  • Life - Sony - $5.6M
  • Chips - Warner Bros. - $4.1M
  • Zookeeper's Wife, The - Focus Features - $3.3M
  • Shack, The - Lionsgate - $2.2M
  • Hidden Figures - 20th Century Fox - $0.4M

'The Boss Baby' failed to beat 'Beauty and the Beast' in worldwide weekend revenue

Even though Dreamworks animation film 'The Boss Baby' successfully dominated the domestic box office in its opening weekend, it failed to surpass 'Beauty and the Beast' third-weekend worldwide collections.

As Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' grossed $114 million worldwide, 'The Boss Baby' needs to settle at the second position in worldwide box office estimates for the weekend.

The Top 12 worldwide grosser in the weekend (March 31st to April 2nd) are listed below

  • Beauty And The Beast - Disney - $114.0M
  • Boss Baby, The - 20th Century Fox - $85.2M
  • Ghost In The Shell - Paramount Pictures - $59.1M
  • Kong: Skull Island - Warner Bros. - $43.4M
  • Power Rangers - Lionsgate - $22.6M
  • Devotion Of Suspect X, The - Multiple - $22.5M
  • Smurfs: The Lost Village - Sony - $15.1M
  • Life - Sony - $11.9M
  • Logan - 20th Century Fox - $11.4M
  • Extraordinary Mission - Multiple Chinese Distributors - $8.2M
  • Get Out - Universal - $8.1M
  • Missing, The - Multiple Chinese Distributors - $6.2M

Nonetheless, 'Beauty and the Beast' minted $876.3 million until April 2nd, 2017 and it is heading towards $1 billion mark.