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Bad Boys: Ride or Die gets off to a solid start at the box office

The "Bad Boys" series has a loyal following, with fans eager to see the latest installment.

“Bad Boys: Ride or Die” got off to a solid start at the box office.

The presence of popular actors Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the fourth “Bad Boys”, which cost $100 million to produce, helped draw audiences.

The film debuted at $21.6 Million at the box office on Friday, reflecting the franchise’s enduring popularity and the effective marketing campaign.

The film’s opening weekend numbers demonstrate significant audience interest, likely bolstered by the established fan base of the “Bad Boys” series and the star power of its lead actors.

The action sequel, directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, will likely come short of the $62.5 million domestic debut earned by Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s series predecessor, 2020’s “Bad Boys for Life.”

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