Solid debut of The Gentlemen at the box office, Bad Boys for Life holds first place

Bad Boys for Life continues to dominate the domestic box office with a potential second weekend of $ 28 million, Guy Ritchie's latest film, the long-awaited The Gentlemen, has also landed in the United States.

With $ 725,000 grossed in 1,885 screenings during Thursday's premieres, the film starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, and Michelle Dockery is in line with the results of other action films such as Nice Guys, which had made a solid debut in 2016 with $ 11.2 million, or The Foreigner ($ 13.1 million).

Arriving in Italian theaters on May 7, The Gentlemen follows the story of Mickey Pearson (McConaughey), an American who managed to build a profitable London-based marijuana empire. When the rumor that he is trying to leave the business forever begins to turn, plots, schemes, corruption, and blackmail are triggered which have the aim of stealing the dominion under his nose. Check out the trailer for The Gentlemen.

The previews also revealed The Turning, the new Universal horror that could debut around $ 10 million. Directed by Floria Sigismondi, the film is described as a modern version of Henry James' novel "The Life Round" and features Finn Wolfhard and Mackenzie Davis in the cast. Here you can find the trailer of The Turning, whose Italian release is set for June 4, 2020.

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