Good news for the Bad Boys: Mike and Marcus’ adventures continue to captivate fans.

That’s evident in the opening weekend box office results for the fourth installment of the buddy-action movie, Bad Boys: Ride Or Die, which saw Will Smith and Martin Lawrence earn more than $100 million worldwide. That’s a remarkable success in a stuttering summer, with major films like Furiosa and The Fall Guy underperforming, especially given that Bad Boys isn’t on the CGI-heavy mega-spectacle end of the blockbuster scale.

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Bad Boys: Ride Or Die grossed $56 million in the United States and $48 million elsewhere, for a total of $104 million in its opening weekend. That’s much more than the opening weekends for The Fall Guy (about $65 million) and Furiosa (approximately $59 million). The film is directed by Adil & Bilall, who also directed the previous episode Bad Boys For Life and the unreleased Batgirl, and has received generally positive reviews ahead of its release. Stay watching to see if it can keep attracting audiences and if other upcoming films, such as Inside Out 2, A Quiet Place: Day One, Twisters, and Deadpool & Wolverine, can revitalize the box office.

This is a positive indicator for future Bad Boys films, a pleasant boost for cinemas worldwide, and a lift for Will Smith’s career after a difficult period. Who is ready for ‘Bad Boys: Here We Go Again’?