‘Bad Boys for Life’ Surprises with One of the Best MLK Weekend Grosses Ever
Bad Boys for Life is the most pleasant surprise of 2020 thus far, opening to huge numbers over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. Already earning $112 million worldwide against a $90 million budget and an “A” CinemaScore from opening day audiences, the third Bad Boys film is well on its way to becoming very successful — and possibly paving the way for a fourth movie in the beloved franchise.
Elsewhere, Dolittle did the opposite. The $175 million production is crumbling fast, and although it actually opened above industry expectations, it will still be a major financial miss for Universal Pictures.
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