Sony’s third Bad Boys film Bad Boys for Life took home the trophy over the weekend for top film for the third straight weekend. The film earned another $17.7 million over the Super Bowl weekend and now has a domestic tally of $148.1 million over three weeks.
The number two and three spots were the same as last weekend with Universal Pictures claiming those spots. 1917 took second place with $9.7 million while Dolittle took in another $7.7 million.
Opening in fourth place was United Artists’ horror film Gretel & Hansel with $6.05 million. The film was followed closely by The Gentlemen from STX Entertainment with $6.01 million and fifth place.
The other wide release of the weekend was Paramount’s The Rhythm Section which had a disastrous opening and only opened with $2.8 million over the weekend.
- Bad Boys for Life (Sony) $17.7 million
- 1917 (Universal) $9.7 million
- Dolittle (Universal) $7.7 million
- Gretel & Hansel (United Artists) $6.05 million
- The Gentlemen (STX) $6.01 million
Next weekend will see the Warner Bros. and DC Films latest film Birds of Prey as the only wide release. Vertical Entertainment will open the war drama Waiting for Anya starring Anjelica Huston and Jean Reno in limited release.