'Think Like A Man Too' may overtake '22 Jump Street' in this weekend's US Box Office. The comedy, starring Kevin Hart, made over $12 million on its opening night on Friday (20th June).
Kevin Hart stars in Think Like A Man Too.
Think Like A Man Too is the sequel to the 2012 comedy Think Like A Man. The sequel sees many of the ensemble cast reprise their roles as the couples head to Las Vegas for a wedding. Kevin Hart takes the lead in the comedy alongside Adam Brody, Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrera, Regina Hall and La La Anthony.
22 Jump Street sees Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill reprising their 21 Jump Street roles as two undercover cops but this time in college rather than high school. The film has received positive reviews from critics and audiences have voted with their feet. 22 Jump Street opened last weekend (13th June) and earned an impressive $60 million. But on the opening night of Think Like A Man Too the film gained $12.2 million, so it's a distinct possibility that the newer film may overtake 22 Jump Street in this weekend's Box Office.
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill in 21 Jump Street.
Another new arrival to the charts, Jersey Boys, has also fared well despite poor reviews from critics. Jersey Boys is the Clint Eastwood directed version of the hit musical based on Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. On the opening night, Jersey Boys gained $4.6 million coming in fourth in the Box Office.
22 Jump Street earned $9.4 million and was in second place whilst How To Train Your Dragon 2 came in at third place with a healthy $7.6 million. The top five in the Box Office chart was rounded off by Maleficent which gained $4 million, an impressive sum considering the film is in the third week of its release.
Newcomer Jersey Boys entered the Box Office chart in fourth place.