‘Bad Boys 4’ Smashes Box Offices With $56 Million Debut

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It’s safe to say that Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back after the box office success of their latest movie “Bad Boys 4: Ride or Die.”

According to reports, the film exceeded the expected projections of $40 million and $50 million, making the movie the biggest R-rated film opening since the release of Oppenheimer last summer. The film’s huge debut comes after it has been reported that the box office hasn’t been doing well. 

Aside from doing big numbers in the U.S., the film also made $104.6 million overseas. It was shot on a $100 million budget and has become the sixth-highest domestic opening for Will Smith throughout his career. 

Smith and Lawrence, went on a press run to promote the movie, making stops in Madrid, Los Angeles, Dubai, Riyadh, Mexico City, New York, and more. While in New York, Lawrence addressed fans’ concerns regarding his health and revealed that he is healthy and doing fine. 

Will Smith has also taken fans on a behind-the-scenes journey during the making of the film on his social media. 


Smith also surprised fans in theaters while watching the film. 

“Bad Boys 4: Ride or Die” is out in theaters right now.