Bad Boys For Life Box Office: Will Smith And Martin Lawrence Are Number One Again

In much more positive news for Universal, Sam Mendes’ 1917 has had to settle for second place ever since Bad Boys For Life moved in, but it is continuing to thrive. The studio has continued to expand the release of the potential Oscar-winner, adding it to 325 more theaters this weekend, and it has now made more than $100 million domestically. The film is definitely a hit, and with Mendes winning the prestigious and coveted Directors Guild Award for Best Director this weekend, the film is really in a good place right now in awards season.

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