Monday Morning Box Office Report: Bad Boys Still Got Swagger, The Rhythm Section Bombs Spectacularly


With multiplexes looking pretty empty over Super Bowl weekend, Bad Boys for Life managed to hold on to the top spot for the third weekend in a row. The buddy cop sequel added another $17.7 million, bringing its worldwide total to $290 million and passing Bad Boys II to become the highest-grossing movie in the series. 1917 also remained in second place followed by Dolittle while Gretel & Hansel debuted in fourth with $6.1 million. Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen rounded out the top 5 in a near dead heat with Jumanji: The Next Level. Way down in tenth place, The Rhythm Section opened with a disastrous $2.8 million, the lowest start ever for a movie playing on over 3000 screens. To be fair, Paramount didn’t really give it much of a chance to begin with.

1. Bad Boys for Life — $17.7M
2. 1917 — $9.7M
3. Dolittle — $7.7M
4. Gretel & Hansel — $6.1M
5. The Gentlemen — $6M
6. Jumanji: The Next Level — $6M
7. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker — $3.2M
8. The Turning — $3.1M
9. Little Women — $3.0M
10. The Rhythm Section — $2.8M