Box Office: ‘Harley Quinn: Birds Of Prey’ Barely Recovers As Will Smith’s ‘Bad Boys 3’ Tops ‘John Wick 3’
Birds of Prey (or, as it’s called online and in theaters, Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey) earned $17.115 million over its second Fri-Sun frame, giving it a $59.273 million ten-day cume. It should earn around
Alas, Birds of Prey did get a slightly hoped-for holiday bump for its second weekend. It’s not collapsing like Fantastic Four or Dark Phoenix, and it’s getting a mild second wind over the President’s weekend.
Here is a film that presumes greatly on the audience’s cinephile indulgence: a two-hour-plus monochrome drama about attractive young students arriving in Paris to study film, discuss politics, quote poetry,
With Birds of Prey ($33.25 million domestic and $81 million worldwide) stumbling out of the gate, the holdovers had mostly decent legs over Oscar weekend. Leading the pack of non-openers was Bad Boys Life.
In holdover news for Friday, Bad Boys for Life earned another $3.04 million (-41%) on Friday for a likely $12 million (-32%) fourth weekend. That will give the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence action comedy
The Kansas City Chiefs, J. Lo, Shakira, and the newest monstrosity that is Baby Nut may have been the major stars of this Super Bowl weekend, but there was still some noteworthy movement in the box office.
Box Office: ‘F9,’ ‘Top Gun’ And ‘No Time To Die’ Will All Attempt To Replicate The Success Of ‘Bad Boys 3’
Can any of this year's "real world" action movies (No Time to Die, F9, Black Widow, or Top Gun: Maverick) measure up to the domestic performance of Bad Boys For Life? With the obvious exception of Minions:
LOS ANGELES, (Variety.com) - Box office newcomers “Rhythm Section” and “Gretel and Hansel” fumbled as “Bad Boys for Life” remained champions during a painfully slow Super Bowl weekend. FILE PHOTO: Cast
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Bad Boys of Life” went for a three-peat at the box office during Super Bowl weekend. The Sony Pictures’ film starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence brought in $17.6 million to claim
For “Bad Boys for Life,” the third weekend was the charm. Just like the second was. And the first. The third film in the action-comedy franchise, which stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, easily led