Box-Office Weekend: Bad Boys for Life Threepeats

For the third week in a row, Bad Boys for Life held onto the top spot of the box-office weekend. The comedy added another $17.7 million over this past weekend to lift its three-week total to $148.1 million. Once again, it easily outpaced the second-place film by $8 million.

Holding onto second place for the second consecutive week was 1917, which added $9.7 million over the weekend, giving the film a six-week total of $119.2 million. Also sticking in the spot it held last weekend, was the comedy Dolittle, which brought in $7.7 million, giving the film a three-week total of $55.4 million.

The weekend’s first debut landed in fourth place as the horror film Gretel & Hansel took in $6.1 million, displacing last weekend’s fourth-place film The Gentlemen, which managed $6.0 million for its second weekend in release, giving the Guy Ritchie film a two-week tally of $20.4 million.

Dropping a spot to sixth this weekend was Jumanji: The Next Level,
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