‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’ Rides To No. 1 With $104.6M Worldwide Opening Weekend Reviving Recent Box Office Slump/ Will Teases ‘Bad Boys 5’

Posted June 10, 2024
image via Will Smith Instagram

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence have done it again!

With the release of ‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’ this past weekend, the dynamic duo have rode all the way to No.1 again for the fourth time in a row with the uber-successful franchise.

The beloved Bad Boys duo released the fourth installment in the series, titled Bad Boys: Ride or Die, on June 7, and quickly snagged the top spot in box offices internationally over the film’s debut weekend.

According to Comscore, Smith and Lawrence’s newest project secured $56 million at the domestic box office and an additional $48.6 million internationally, bringing the film’s total global box office debut to $104.6 million.

This figure greatly exceeds the global box office returns of all other summer blockbuster contenders for the year so far, with second place, IF, netting $33.7 million in its first three days, according to Comscore.


The film also marks the sixth-highest domestic opening of Smith’s career, and his 18th No. 1 opening as a lead. 

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Will took to social media on Sunday following the successful weekend to celebrate the anniversary of the first film, and teased a fifth sequel.

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