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‘Bad Boys 4’ Delivers Big Box Office Win

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Sony’s Bad Boys: Ride or Die jolted the battered summer box office back to life with a better-than-expected domestic opening of $56 million and $104.6 million globally.

Ride or Die, reuniting Will Smith with Martin Lawrence, is the fourth outing in Sony’s long-running franchise and earned an A- CinemaScore in North America alongside generally positive reviews. Just as promising, 44 percent of the audience was between ages 18 and 34, showing Smith has a following among younger consumers. Black moviegoers made up the largest quadrant of the audience with 44 percent.

The top 12 movies of the weekend, as of Sunday, June 9, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total% Change
1Bad Boys: Ride or DieSony$56,000,0003,885$14,414$56,000,000
2Garfield Movie, TheSony$10,000,0003,959$2,526$68,612,837-29%
4Watchers, TheWarner Bros.$7,000,0003,351$2,089$7,000,000
5Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes20th Century Studios$5,400,0003,155$1,712$149,772,773-40%
6Furiosa: A Mad Max SagaWarner Bros.$4,245,0002,984$1,423$58,708,537-61%
7Fall Guy, TheUniversal$2,700,0002,410$1,120$85,121,565-36%
8Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2024 Event)Fathom Events$2,441,2751,529$1,597$2,441,275
9Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2024 Event)Fathom Events$1,914,9811,529$1,252$1,914,981
10Strangers: Chapter 1, TheLionsgate$1,840,0002,016$913$32,208,939-50%
11Haikyu!! The Dumpster BattleCrunchyroll/Sony$820,0001,119$733$5,783,552-78%
12In a Violent NatureIFC Films$640,0001,266$506$3,641,870-70%