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In the highly anticipated sequel, which was inspired by Steve Harvey’s best-selling book Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, all the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas. But plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.
THINK LIKE A MAN TOO stars Michael Ealy (About Last Night), Jerry Ferrara (“Entourage”), Meagan Good (Think Like a Man), Regina Hall (About Last Night), Academy Award® nominee Taraji P. Henson (Best Supporting Actress, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, 2008), Terrence J (Sparkle), Romany Malco (Last Vegas), Wendi McLendon-Covey (“The Goldbergs”), Gary Owen (Think Like a Man), Gabrielle Union (Think Like a Man), LaLa Anthony (Think Like a Man) and Kevin Hart (About Last Night).
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#BOXOFFICE: “TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION” ON-TOP MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
Although it got a stiff challenger earlier in the week, Transformers: Age of Extinction would prevail at the Box Office this Memorial Day Weekend. Bringing-in $37 million from 4,233 theatres in its second week out for Paramount Pictures, the Blockbuster already in North America has grossed $180 million.
Tammy may not have gotten much love from the Critics – in fact Media in Canada weren’t even given a chance to review it – but the Melissa McCarthy Comedy is a testament to that Star’s big bankability, earning $21.1 million for Warner Bros. in its debut. Opening in theatres on Wednesday, the Film so far has earned $33.8 million already. Critics gave it a 27% on the Tomatometer, while Audiences gave it a C+ CinemaScore.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 continues to show great resilience in third spot this weekend with $10 million for 20th Century Fox, just ahead of 22 Jump Street in fourth, which continues to perform great with $9.5 million earned. The latter makes its way to the $150 million-mark for Sony Pictures. Both Films are in their fourth week out.
Earth to Echo, which many are comparing to E.T., opens in fifth spot with $9.2 million for Relativity Media/eOne Films. The Film receives mixed reviews from Critics with 56% on the Tomatometer and Audiences loved it, giving it an A- CinemaScore.
Deliver Us From Evil makes a statement with a debut in sixth, earning $9.2 million for Sony Pictures. Critics gave it a negative 32% on the Tomatometer, while Audiences gave it a B- CinemaScore.
Former Champ Think Like a Man Too rounds-out the Top Ten with $3.2 million for Sony Pictures, bringing its total to $3.6 million in five weeks out.
#BOXOFFICE: “TRANSFORMERS 4” EXTINGUISHES THE COMPETITION
It certainly was an extinction at the Box Office this weekend as Transfomers: Age of Extinction blew away the competition for top spot with a monstrous $103 million debut for Paramount Pictures. Although hefty, the fourth film in the Franchise still is bested by Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, which opened with $108 million in 2009. Critics tore apart the Action-Fantasy Flick (18% on the Tomatometer), directed by Michael Bay. Audiences however, adored it with an A- CinemaScore which will certainly help spread the word.
22 Jump Street in its third week out is a distant second for Sony Pictures, grossing $15.2 million this weekend. In its run domestically, it now has earned $140 million.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 sits in third again this weekend for 20th Century Fox pulling-in $13.1 million, as it surpasses the $120-million mark in North America.
Think Like a Man Too after debuting on-top last weekend, slips to number four this weekend with $10.5 million. Its two-week run has it almost at the $50 million-mark for Sony Pictures.
Jersey Boys certainly isn’t doing too bad in sixth with $7.6 million for Warner Bros., nearing the $30 million-mark in two weeks.
The Fault in our Stars finds itself in ninth spot this weekend with $5.2 million for 20th Century Fox, just surpassing the $110 million in earnings in only its fourth week.
Chef continues to perform above expectations, in the Top Ten a sixth week now with $1.5 million for Open Road Films/VVS Films. It has made $19 million showing only on a limited number of screens.
#BOXOFFICE: “THINK LIKE A MAN” WINS BATTLE OF THE SEQUELS AT THE BOX OFFICE
In yet another battle of the Sequels at the Box Office this weekend, Think Like a Man debuts atop the Box Office with a stellar $30 million from 2,225 theatres for Sony Pictures, just like its 2012 Predecessor did in its opening! Starring Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Meagan Good and Regina Hall, the Comedy got little love from the Critics, tallying-in with 22% on the Tomatometer, but Audiences were more than forgiving, giving it an A- CinemaScore. The Film was made for $42 million and looks to be just one in successful Franchise.
22 Jump Street continues to perform impressively and just because it lands in second in its second week out, it by no means goes down shamed, only narrowly getting edged-out for top spot. It earns a fantastic $28 million from 3,306 theatres this weekend for Sony Pictures, as positive word-of-mouth continues to spread from Moviegoers for the well-reviewed Sequel.
In third spot this weekend is How to Train Your Dragon 2 with $25 million for 20th Century Fox. It inches in its second week close to the $100 million-mark already domestically.
Based on the TONY-winning Musical, Jersey Boys has a lukewarm opening for Warner Bros. with $13.5 million from 2,905 theatres. Reviews likewise for the Clint Eastwood-directed Film were mixed, earning a 55% on the Tomatometer and inversely, a great A- CinemaScore.
Maleficent finds itself in fifth spot with $12.5 million for Disney in its fourth week, now having grossed $185 million in North America.
The Fault in our Stars brings-in $9 million in its third week out for 20th Century Fox, just shy of the $100 million-mark domestically.
Chef rounds-out the Top Ten for Open Road/VVS Films with $16.8 million, now in its seventh week out.