Bad Boys wins big in US on Super Bowl weekend

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Bad Boys For Life continued its winning streak on Super Bowl weekend, after topping the US Chart once again.

The film, reuniting Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, scored another $17.6m, to take its domestic tally to $148m in just three weeks.

That left the BAFTA-winning 1917 war drama following blindly behind in second, with the underwhelming Robert Downey Jr vehicle Dolittle in third.

Horror movie Gretel & Hansel opened in fourth with $6m, while Guy Ritchie’s latest gangster flick The Gentlemen, starring charm personified in Hugh Grant and Matthew McConaughey, slipped to fifth, with Jumanji sequel The Next Level down to sixth.

Elsewhere Star Wars’ latest, The Rise Of Skywalker continued to fall, this time to seventh, while Mackenzie Davis horror The Turning, and Greta Gerwig’s Little Women adaptation, starring Saoirse Ronan filled eight and ninth respectively, with new entry The Rhythm Section, starring Blake Lively, opening in a disappointing tenth with $2.8m.