Bad Boys Take Down The Gentlemen at the Box Office


Bad Boys Take Down The Gentlemen at the Box Office

Bad Boys Take Down The Gentlemen at the Box Office

Sony Pictures’ Bad Boys For Life held onto the #1 spot this weekend, taking in an estimated $34 million for a $120.6 million domestic total and $215.6 million worldwide. The threequel is already well on its way to besting Bad Boys II‘s $273.3 million worldwide total to become the highest-grossing entry in the series.

Universal’s WWI epic 1917 held onto #2 as well, raking in $15.8 million for $103.8 million stateside and $200.4 million worldwide, two big milestones for the Best Picture frontrunner.

Unfortunately Universal’s new horror picture The Turning took a turn for the worst, coming in at #6 with $7.3 million at 2571 locations. The Mackenzie Davis-led thriller also earned a rare “F” Cinemascore from audiences, the second of the year following The Grudge reboot just a few weeks ago.

More bad news as Universal’s big budget dud Dolittle dropped 42% but remained at #3 with $12.5 million for a $44.6 million domestic take and $91 million worldwide. With the gross about even internationally with the U.S. take it seems even overseas numbers can’t save Robert Downey Jr.’s family vehicle.

Debuting at #4 was STX Films’ The Gentlemen, which brought in $11 million. This is a middling start for the star-studded Guy Ritchie crime movie, which also earned solid reviews. Internationally it has earned $22.5 million for a $33.5 million worldwide total.

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Sony’s Jumanji: The Next Level held strong in its 7th weekend for the #5 slot with $7.9 million for a $283.4 million domestic tally and $737.4 million worldwide.

Finally, Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker crossed another milestone as it became the 15th movie in history to cross $500 million domestically. With $1.046 billion worldwide and winding down, it may be a stretch for the J.J. Abrams film to surpass The Last Jedi‘s $1.3 billion, but it is an impressive performance regardless.