Bad Boys 4 Has Record-Breaking $104.6M Opening Weekend

    The highly anticipated return of Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett has fans flocking to theaters nationwide. “BAD BOYS: RIDE OR DIE” hit the big screen this weekend and did not disappoint, delivering a thrilling cinematic experience that reignited the franchise’s fiery reputation. According to Variety, the fourth installment of the film series starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, the fourth installment brought in an impressive $104.6 million globally.

    Reportedly, the movie brought in $56 million domestically. The international box office came in with $48.6 million.

    Directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” combines high-octane action, sharp humor, and a fresh narrative that captivates audiences from start to finish. The dynamic duo’s chemistry remains electric, with Smith and Lawrence effortlessly slipping back into their iconic roles. The film’s explosive action sequences, witty banter, and unexpected twists kept viewers on the edge of their seats, ensuring it wasn’t just another sequel but a rejuvenation of the beloved franchise.

    The film’s success can also be attributed to its savvy marketing campaign and positive early reviews from platforms like The Hollywood Reporter, which praised the directors’ vision and the cast’s performances. Social media buzz and strong word-of-mouth recommendations further fueled audience excitement, making it a must-see summer blockbuster.

    Fans and critics alike are hailing “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” as a triumphant return to form, blending nostalgia with fresh, contemporary storytelling. As the box office numbers climb, it’s clear that Mike and Marcus are back and better than ever, proving that some partnerships truly are forever. With such a strong start, Bad Boys 4 is poised to become one of the biggest hits of the year, cementing its place in action movie history.

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