"1917" placed number 2 with another $15.8M as it marched past the $100M mark domestically
"Box Office Battle" is The Fly's weekly roundup of what movies topped the weekend's box office.
Sony's (SNE) "Bad Boys for Life" won this weekend’s domestic box office in its second outing, earning $34M to finish Sunday with a total of $120.6M. Worldwide, the movie crossed the $200M mark after grossing another $42M overseas from 58 markets for a foreign cume of $95M and $215.6M globally. "Bad Boys for Life" sports an A CinemaScore and a 76% Rotten Tomatoes rating.
BOX OFFICE RUNNERS-UP: Comcast (CMCSA) subsidiary Universal's "1917" grossed another $15.8M, climbing back up to number 2 in North America. Behind it was Universal’s "Dolittle," which grossed $12.5M for a domestic cume of $44.7M. "The Gentleman" placed number 4 with $11M debut. Rounding out the top five, Sony's "Jumanji: The Next Level" earned another $7.9M.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:
"Bad Boys for Life" - $34M
"1917" – $15.8M
"Dolittle" - $12.5M
"The Gentleman" - $11M
"Jumanji: The Next Level" - $7.9M
Other publicly traded companies in filmmaking include Lionsgate (LGF.A, LGF.B), ViacomCBS (VIAC), Disney’s (DIS) and AT&T (T).