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Ride or Die’ posts $5.9 million in preview

Ride or Die’ posts $5.9 million in preview

Sony is rated R Bad Boys: Ride or Die an act $5.875 million Yesterday in the previews that started at 3 p.m., cash, which is actually only 8% off the previews of the previous three long-awaited series, 2020 Bad boys for life, Which grossed $6.36 million. This is a great start to Bad Boys: Ride or Die Entering what was a market beleaguered by the lack of film stock from the strikes, not to mention – there were hardly any widely appealing films, outside of Disney/20th Century Studios. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (Which just passed $144.3 million.) Last night’s audience reaction to the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reteam was 5 stars and 88% positive on Screen Engine/Comscore’s PostTrak, while the audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes was 97%.

The demos, which change throughout the weekend, were 36% Black, 29% Hispanic and Latino, 20% Caucasian, 10% Asian and 4% other. Men over 25 were dominant at 40% followed by women over 25 at 38%.

Bad Boys: Ride or Die The first day saw $23.6 million leading to a franchise-best 3-day cume of $62.5 million and a 4-day cume of $73 million, but keep in mind that all three series were working to overcome a 17-year gap between sequels, not to mention it was a holiday. MLK Weekend. If all goes well, Bad Boys: Ride or Die Winds reach north of 40 million.

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New Line’s is rated PG-13 ObserversIshaana Shyamalan’s directorial debut, features movie previews Million dollars In 3000 locations. This Thursday night cash amount equals Universal’s amount Abigail. However, not only were the reviews bad at a rotten 29%, PostTrak’s exits were really bad at one and a half stars, and 52% positive. OK. This is despite a fairly equal turnout across all age demos with 36% men over 25, 24% women under 25, 20% women over 25, and 20% men under 25. Expectations for this film heading into the weekend were between $8 million and $10 million. . Abigail It opened to $10.2 million with an 85% discount on its Rotten Tomatoes audience score.

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The rest of Thursday was as follows:

1.) Garfield movie (Sony) 4,108 theaters Thursday $1.5 million (-7% from Wednesday), week 21 million dollarsthe total $58.6 million/Week 2

2.) if (Parity) 3,783 theaters, Thursday $1.2 million (-7%), 1 week $15.9 millionthe total $85.5 million/Week 3

3.) Furiosa (WB) 3,864 theaters, Thursday 730 thousand dollars (-38%), week $15.5 millionthe total $54.4 million/Week 2

4.) Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (20) 3,450 theaters, Thursday 825 thousand dollars (-18%), week $13.1 millionthe total $144.3 million/Week 4

5.) victim (University) 2,826 theaters Thursday $437K (-17%), week $6.3 millionthe total $82.4 million/Week 5

Jesus Thirst: The Miracle of the Eucharist (Al-Fath) 1,098 showrooms, Thursday 602 thousand dollars2 day com $2.4 million/Week 1