Will Smith’s Bad Boys 4 Box Office Collection

With a domestic box office opening of $53 million, Sony’s buddy action comedy Bad Boys: Ride or Die has the potential to revitalize the flagging summer box office if early weekend forecasts hold true. Additionally, it might help Smith resume his career after the controversial Oscars smack.

Bad Boys 4, which reunites Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the fourth installment of Sony’s enduring series, received an A- CinemaScore in addition to largely positive reviews. At 44 percent, black moviegoers constituted the largest audience quadrant.

The $21.6 million earned on Friday included $5.9 million from the preview on Thursday night. Perhaps the first simmer movie to debut to a higher budget than tracking, Ride or Die made between $48 million and $50 million at its premiere. Furthermore, it would rank second in size only to Kingdom Planet of the Apes.

The sequel to Bad Boys for Life, Ride or Die, made $6.4 million in previews on Thursday before grossing $62 million on its opening weekend. Before cinemas closed because of the epidemic, it opened in January 2020 and went on to make $426 million at the global box office.

Returning in Ride or Die as Miami police officers Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett, Will Smith, and Martin Lawrence must go on the run when their late police captain is connected to drug gangs and they try to clear his name. Bad Boys: Ride or Die was directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (credited as Adil & Bilall) from a screenplay by Will Beall and Chris Bremner.

Biggest Comeback Of Will Smith

With this movie, Smith makes his biggest theatrical comeback since he smacked Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscar live broadcast.

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that, for the first time since the slap, Smith’s CAA representatives have started phoning studio production executives to swiftly announce his upcoming movie, assuming Ride or Die does well at the box office.

Produced by her father, M. Night Shyamalan, Ishana Night Shyamalan’s supernatural thriller The Watchers also opens this weekend. The budget for that movie is between $8 and $10 million.

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