‘BAD BOYS FOR LIFE’ AND ‘1917’ SURGE PAST $100M – (01/27/2020)
Sony’s Bad Boys for Life, starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, and Universal–Amblin–New Republic’s Oscar-contender 1917 surged past the $100 million mark at the box office, becoming 2020’s first films to reach that landmark.
Bad Boys snagged $34 million this weekend, for a running haul of $120 million for its second weekend out, and 1917 grabbed $16 million, for a total of $104 million in its fifth week out.
The Robert Downey Jr.-toplined Doolittle, meanwhile, snagged a disappointing $11.3 million in its second week out, for a cume of $43.5 million, and Guy Ritchie’s The Gentleman brought in just $10 million in its opening weekend. The news was worse for The Turning, which earned a rare F from CinemaScore, and managed just $7.3 million at the B.O.
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Top 10 at the Box Office:
- Bad Boys for Life, $34M
- 1917, $16M
- Doolittle, $11.3M
- The Gentlemen, $10M
- Jumanji: The Next Level, $7M
- The Turning, $6.6M
- Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, $5.1M
- Little Women: $4.65M
- Just Mercy, $3.9M
- Knives Out, $3.6M