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    Box Office: Bad Boys: Ride or Die debuts with $4.2m

    TOP 5

    1. Bad Boys: Ride or Die – $4,212,396 (debut)

    Sony has taken Warner Bros’ thunder for a second consecutive week, with its new Bad Boys film coming in at #1. The new film in the franchise is directed by Adil and Bilall, who have a history with Warner Bros. as well, as their finished Batgirl film was infamously shelved as a $90 million tax write-off.

    The directing duo are also rumoured to be in talks with Marvel to direct the upcoming fourth Spider-Man film, starring Tom Holland. Coming in first place this week, Bad Boys: Ride or Die took $4,212,396 in its first week, averaging $7,604 over 554 screens.

    Synopsis: When their late police captain gets linked to drug cartels, wisecracking Miami cops Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett embark on a dangerous mission to clear his name.

    2. The Garfield Movie – $2,163,094 (1)

    Sony’s newest iteration of the Monday-hating, lasagna-loving cat is voiced by Chris Pratt, who is now known as Garfield, Star-Lord in the MCU, and the voice of Mario in the Super Mario animated films. Coming in second place this week, The Garfield Movie took $2,163,094 in its second week, averaging $5,421 over 399 screens.

    Total Australian Box Office gross to date: $5,698,216

    Synopsis: After an unexpected reunion with his long-lost father, the street cat Vic, Garfield is forced to leave his very comfortable life with Harald behind. Together with Vic and Odie, he plans a crazy robbery.

    3. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga – $1,070,757 (2)

    Warner Bros’ Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga is its newest entry into the Australian-set, post-apocalyptic franchise. Directed by George Miller, the film is a prequel to 2015’s Mad Max: Fury Road, a film that was nominated for 10 Academy Awards and won 6 of them. In a running theme for the 2024 box office, this film was also partially shot in Australia, with some filming taking place in the small NSW towns of Hay and Silverton.

    Coming in third place this week, Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga took $1,070,757 in its third week, averaging $2,781 over 385 screens.

    Total Australian Box Office gross to date: $8,227,847

    Synopsis: Snatched from the Green Place of Many Mothers, young Furiosa falls into the hands of a great biker horde led by the warlord Dementus. Sweeping through the Wasteland, they come across the Citadel, presided over by the Immortan Joe. As the two tyrants fight for dominance, Furiosa soon finds herself in a nonstop battle to make her way home.

    4. IF – $963,102 (3)

    Actor and Director John Krasinski is taking off his horror (A Quiet Place) directing cap and putting on his family/comedic directing cap with Paramount’s IF. The film took $963,102 in its fourth week, averaging $3,147 over 306 screens.

    Total Australian Box Office gross to date: $7,909,933

    Synopsis: After discovering she can see everyone’s imaginary friends, a girl embarks on an adventure to reconnect forgotten IFs with their kids.

    5. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes – $587,205 (4)

    Disney’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes is the brand new entry in the Apes franchise. While set 300 years after the reboot trilogy and featuring an entirely new cast of characters, the film is set in the same universe and references old characters from the trilogy. Similar to The Fall Guy, some filming took place at Disney Studios in Sydney and also in the Illawarra. Coming in fifth place this week, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes took $587,205 in its fifth week, averaging $2,250 over 261 screens.

    Total Australian Box Office gross to date: $11,364,502

    Synopsis: Under the direction of Wes Ball, the global franchise breathes new life into a future era post-Caesar, where apes reign in harmony while humans exist in the shadows.

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    The post Box Office: Bad Boys: Ride or Die debuts with $4.2m appeared first on Mediaweek.

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