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Entertainment 'Bad Boys for Life' Leads Box Office Again With $33 Million Weekend

20:36  26 january  2020
20:36  26 january  2020 Source:   thewrap.com

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STX's "The Gentlemen" proved no match for Sony's " Bad Boys for Life ," which again left box office competitors in the dust after collecting million in its sophomore outing. Those ticket sales, pushing the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence- led sequel past the 0 million mark.

Domestic 2020 Weekend 3. January 17-19, 2020. Martin Luther King Jr. weekend (US) Weekend . Weekend Chart Weekend Estimates By Distributor. 1. - Bad Boys for Life . ,150,000.

Sony's "Bad Boys for Life" will take the No. 1 spot at the box office for a second weekend, earning an estimated $33.6 million to bring its total to $120 million after 10 days.

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Fresh off wins at the Directors' Guild Awards and American Society of Cinematographers Awards that have built its status as the top Oscar frontrunner, "1917" now has a domestic total of $103 million and a global total of $200 million with two weeks to go until the Academy Awards. The film is now $13 million away from passing the domestic total of fellow Best Picture nominee "Ford v Ferrari" and $16 million away from passing its global total.

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It will be a battle of the boys at the box office this weekend as STX's action drama "The Gentlemen" takes on reigning champ, Sony's " Bad Boys for Life ." " Bad Boys for Life ," the third installment in the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence- led franchise, beat expectations.

" Bad Boys for Life " won the domestic box office for a second-straight weekend , bringing in million . Its domestic box office total is over 0 Next weekend the only competition is Paramount's gritty revenge tale "The Rhythm Section," starring Blake Lively as an assassin and directed by Reed

Universal's "Dolittle" sits in third with $12.5 million in its second weekend for a domestic total of $44.6 million and a global total of $91.1 million. While that's a decent run for a family adventure film, "Dolittle" is still far from making back its $175 million production budget.

Fourth goes to newcomer "The Gentlemen," which is directed by Guy Ritchie and distributed by STX. While the crime film is facing competition for Gen X male audiences from "Bad Boys for Life," it is still meeting box office expectations with a $10.7 million opening from 2,165 screens. STX acquired distribution rights for the film for $7 million, and reception has been positive with a B+ on CinemaScore and 72% on Rotten Tomatoes.

"Jumanji: The Next Level" completes the top 5 with $7.9 million in its seventh weekend for a $283 million total. It finishes just ahead of newcomer "The Turning," which is distributed by Universal and earned a $7.3 million opening from 2,571 screens. Unfortunately, it now has also joined the "F Club," becoming the 21st film in history to receive an F on CinemaScore. Critics also panned "The Turning" with a 13% Rotten Tomatoes score.

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As of January 20, 2020[update], Bad Boys for Life has grossed .4 million in the United States and Canada, and .6 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of 2 million Following the opening weekend box office success of the film, Sony announced plans for a fourth installment, with

Sony’s “ Bad Boys for Life ” is dominating North American moviegoing with about million at 2,155 sites, early estimates showed Friday. Universal’s second weekend of its costly family adventure “Dolittle” appears to be finishing fourth with between million and million .

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