“Bad Boys” Beat “The Gentlemen” At Box-Office


Bad Boys Beat The Gentlemen At Box Office

Sony’s “Bad Boys for Life” handily beat Guy Ritchie’s “The Gentlemen” at the box-office this weekend.

The third entry in the ‘Boys’ action franchise collected $34 million in its second outing, pushing the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-led sequel to the $120 million mark in the U.S. alone.

The darkly comedic “The Gentlemen” meanwhile had a respectable opening with $11 million for a fourth-place position, scoring decent reviews within the United States and far more glowing reviews from non-U.S. critics.

Also opening was “The Turning,” Universal’s modern update of “The Turn of the Screw,” which received a very rare and disastrous F CinemaScore. The film debuted in sixth place with $7.3 million, in line with expectations.

“1917” stayed strong in second place with a further $15.8 million in its third weekend of wide release and has amassed $200 million worldwide so far. “Dolittle” took third place with a further $12.5 million and just $91 million at the global box office so far.

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