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Sony’s Bad Boys For Life claimed the box office crown again with $34.0M, declining only -45.6%, a better hold than -52.6% for predecessor Bad Boys II.


It’s also a better hold than for other recent mid-January releases such as Glass with -53.1%, Ride Along with -48.6%, and Ride Along 2 with -64.6%.


And it’s also a far better hold than several other comedy action sequels or reboots in the past year, such as Shaft with -60.4%, Charlie’s Angels with -61.2%, and Men in Black: International with -64.3%.



Universal’s 1917, hold onto second place while declining only -28.1% in its third wide weekend.


Compared to other January war movies in their third wide weekends, that’s a better hold than Lone Survivor with -41.5%, Zero Dark Thirty with -38.5%, American Sniper with -52.5%. 



After its disappointing debut last weekend, especially relative to its huge estimated $175M budget, Universal’s Dolittle took place with $12.1M, dropping -42.7%.


That’s a worse hold than 2016’s The Jungle Book with -40.4%, 1998’s Doctor Dolittle with -32.1%, or 2001’s sequel Dr. Dolittle 2 with -36.8%.



This weekend saw two new wide debuts.


STX’s action comedy The Gentlemen had a gentle opening with $10.6M and fourth place, about in line with pre-release projections.


Universal’s horror film The Turning turned over $6.9M and sixth place, on the lower end of pre-release projections — and earning a rare “F” CinemaScore in the process. The audience was 52% female and 53% under age 25.



Neon’s awards contender Parasite became the studio’s highest grossing release ever with $30.9M and counting. That beats the studio’s previous best I, Tonya with $30.0M, and also their prior Best Picture winner Moonlight with $27.8M.


On its 16th weekend, Neon’s Parasite finally broke 1,000 theaters for the first time, earning $1.97M.


However, its fourth and fifth weekends were both higher at $2.53M and $2.59M, despite the lower screen counts.



Disney’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker reached $500M domestically on Saturday, its 37th day of release.


While it’s hard to call $500M a disappointment, it reached the mark notably slower than its predecessors. 2015’s The Force Awakens took 10 days, 2016’s spinoff Rogue One took 32 days, and 2017’s The Last Jedi took 16 days.


Skywalker earned $5.5M this weekend for seventh place.



Disney’s Frozen 2 fell out of the top 10, coming in 11th place with $2.6M. Barring an unlikely return to the top tier, the film spent nine weekends in the top 10.


That’s far fewer than its predecessor’s 16 top-10 weekends, the most of any film in 2010s. (La La Land, Black Panther, and Zootopia all tied for second with 13 top-10 weekends.)


To some extent that was expected, though, given the more frontloaded box office for most sequels.



How’d This Weekend Compare?


Total box office this weekend was $121.5M. That’s -27.0% below last weekend but +17.4% above this same weekend last year, when Glass led for a second frame with $18.8M.


The Year So Far


Year-to-date box office stands at $834.1M. That’s +11.4% above this same date last year, up from +10.3% after last weekend.


While most analysts project this year’s domestic box office will ultimately fall below last year, the early trajectory is defying that prediction. 







Monday’s Weekend Actuals (Domestic)
FRI, JAN. 24 – SUN, JAN. 26

WIDE (1000+)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Bad Boys For Life
$34,011,714
-46%
3,775
0
$9,010
$120,655,879
2
Sony / Columbia


2
1917
$15,916,580
-28%
3,937
325
$4,043
$103,999,889
5
Universal Pictures


3
Dolittle
$12,198,835
-44%
4,155
0
$2,936
$44,383,565
2
Universal


4
The Gentlemen
$10,651,884

2,165

$4,920
$10,651,884
1
STX Entertainment


5
Jumanji: The Next Level
$7,700,526
-21%
3,121
-202
$2,467
$283,246,326
7
Sony Pictures


6
The Turning
$6,950,045

2,571

$2,703
$6,950,045
1
Universal Pictures


7
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker
$5,572,678
-33%
2,800
-258
$1,990
$501,982,818
6
Disney


8
Little Women
$4,603,145
-28%
2,528
25
$1,821
$93,630,546
5
Sony Pictures


9
Just Mercy
$4,031,215
-30%
2,408
-49
$1,674
$27,054,597
5
Warner Bros.


10
Knives Out
$3,539,020
-17%
1,677
10
$2,110
$151,754,942
9
Lionsgate


11
Frozen II
$2,648,199
-31%
1,750
-330
$1,513
$469,911,767
10
Disney


12
Parasite
$1,973,639
15%
1,060
217
$1,862
$30,912,648
16
NEON


13
Spies in Disguise
$1,760,765
-34%
1,323
-438
$1,331
$62,020,506
5
20th Century Fox


14
Like a Boss
$1,504,826
-63%
1,723
-1358
$873
$20,501,855
3
Paramount Pictures


15
Jojo Rabbit
$1,405,254
-6%
1,160
155
$1,211
$25,979,891
15
Fox Searchlight


16
Underwater
$1,206,446
-68%
1,677
-1114
$719
$15,917,430
3
20th Century Fox




LIMITED (100 — 999)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
The Last Full Measure
$1,056,416

614

$1,721
$1,056,416
1
Roadside Attractions


2
Ford v. Ferrari
$815,945
-24%
804
-276
$1,015
$114,346,820
11
20th Century Fox


3
Uncut Gems
$694,573
-47%
490
-440
$1,417
$47,672,928
7
A24


4
Weathering With You
$668,607
-63%
458
-28
$1,460
$6,528,252
2
GKIDS


5
Bombshell
$573,548
-7%
596
186
$962
$30,250,966
7
Lionsgate


6
The Grudge
$300,620
-67%
420
-557
$716
$20,748,284
4
Sony Pictures


7
Panga
$285,689

102

$2,801
$285,689
1
FIP


8
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
$201,035
-32%
240
-125
$838
$60,923,062
10
Sony Pictures


9
The Song Of Names
$114,768
23%
182
106
$631
$666,888
5
Sony Pictures Classics


10
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
$114,046
-64%
325
-380
$351
$141,827,869
27
Sony Pictures


11
Joker
$113,282
-67%
348
-506
$326
$334,814,743
17
Warner Bros.


12
Cats
$104,785
-27%
133
-13
$788
$26,978,620
6
Universal Pictures


13
Clemency
$86,500
392%
127
117
$681
$229,203
5
Neon


14
Richard Jewell
$56,271
-14%
155
-8
$363
$22,272,768
7
Warner Bros.




PLATFORM (1 — 99)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Color Out Of Space
$216,162

81

$2,669
$356,526
1
RLJE Films


2
Pain and Glory
$58,009
-40%
68
-99
$853
$4,319,043
17
Sony Pictures Classics


3
Les Misérables (2020)
$57,367
-17%
69
27
$831
$205,195
3
Amazon Studios


4
Ip Man 4: The Finale
$53,911
-49%
29
-25
$1,859
$3,870,814
5
Well Go USA Entertainment


5
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
$49,227
-31%
90
-15
$547
$113,832,896
15
Disney


6
Queen & Slim
$39,155
-42%
72
-48
$544
$43,791,430
9
Universal Pictures


7
A Hidden Life
$34,508
-27%
43
-12
$803
$1,689,048
7
Fox Searchlight


8
Merci pour tout (Thanks For Everything)
$24,213
-41%
40
-36
$605
$1,017,030
5
eOne Entertainment


9
Cunningham
$16,564
12%
21
-2
$789
$202,155
7
Magnolia Pictures


10
Judy
$16,320
-33%
47
3
$347
$24,130,992
18
Roadside Attractions / LD Entertainment


11
Citizen K
$14,425
51%
7
6
$2,061
$55,752
10
Greenwich Entertainment


12
Chhapaak
$14,094
-87%
21
-79
$671
$599,396
3
FIP


13
Invisible life
$11,502
-50%
11
-4
$1,046
$141,686
6
Amazon Studios


14
Varda by Agnes
$7,001
149%
6
4
$1,167
$133,881
10
Janus Films


15
The Cave (2019)
$6,817

10

$682
$55,215
15
National Geographic Documentary Films


16
Zombi Child
$6,051

3

$2,017
$7,199
1
Film Movement


17
Lore
$3,780
-47%
4
-3
$945
$15,386
2
Indican Pictures


18
Midnight Family
$3,577
25%
9
4
$397
$35,962
8
1091


19
The Woman Who Loves Giraffes
$3,500
45%
2
0
$1,750
$37,401
17
Zeitgeist Films


20
The Lighthouse
$3,464
-73%
5
0
$693
$10,863,481
15
A24


21
Waves
$2,919
-12%
5
-3
$584
$1,656,240
11
A24


22
The White Sheik
$2,220
-70%
2
-1
$1,110
$34,694
5
Rialto Pictures


23
Synonyms
$2,137
-40%
5
-1
$427
$203,169
14
Kino Lorber


24
By the Grace of God
$1,684
285%
1
0
$1,684
$64,403
15
Music Box Films


25
Blood Widow
$1,012
-63%
1
-1
$1,012
$5,835
2
Indican Pictures


26
Three Christs
$549
-92%
4
-19
$137
$34,946
3
IFC Films


27
Ága
$452

1

$452
$35,178
21
Big World Pictures


28
Branagh Theatre Live: The Winter’s Tale
$408
40%
1
0
$408
$132,666
8
Trafalgar Releasing


29
The Disappearance of My Mother
$332
-71%
1
-1
$332
$23,685
8
Kino Lorber


30
Give Me Liberty
$231
-60%
1
0
$231
$242,450
23
Music Box Films


31
Christ Stopped at Eboli
$229

1

$229
$77,936
43
Rialto Pictures


32
Stuffed
$125
-87%
1
0
$125
$13,337
15
Music Box Films


33
Les Misérables – The Staged Concert
$109
-99%
1
-4
$109
$455,544
8
Trafalgar Releasing


34
A German Youth
$48

1

$48
$2,343
16
Big World Pictures


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