Another weekend, another #1 hit for the Bad Boys for Life. The film took in another $17 million and brought its domestic total to over $148 million. Not too shabby for a sequel that took 13 years to come to fruition. The newcomers this weekend, didn’t do nearly as good. Gretel & Hansel took the 4th position and brought in $6 million. It’s a low budget horror film, that’s actually not that bad. What’s worse is the 10th place film, The Rhythm Section. The Blake Lively-starring action film reportedly cost $50 million and only brought in $2.8 million. OUCH. Don’t hold your breath for a sequel.

Check out the rest of the Top Ten, which remained relatively unchanged, below.

  • 1. Bad Boys for Life $17,675,000
  • 2. 1917 $9,660,000
  • 3. Dolittle $7,700,000
  • 4. Gretel & Hansel $6,050,830
  • 5. The Gentlemen $6,010,000
  • 6. Jumanji: The Next Level $6,000,000
  • 7. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker $3,193,000
  • 8. The Turning $3,050,000
  • 9. Little Women $3,015,000
  • 10. The Rhythm Section $2,800,000

Next weekend, we have the release of the latest DC film, Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn. Though the title may be a bit bloated, I’m still super excited to see the film. The trailers have been solid (much like the ones for Suicide Squad) and Margot Robbie and the rest of the cast seem to be having a great time. Let’s see what happens though on the next edition of Weekend Roundup!