Will Smith surprises Bad Boy 4 moviegoers at a packed LA theatre; Fourthquel box office opening weekend projects $53M | Hollywood.

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back in action as Miami cops Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett in the highly anticipated movie “Bad Boys 4: Ride or Die.” The film, which premiered on June 7th, has been receiving rave reviews and is projected to have a successful box office opening weekend.

Despite facing backlash following the infamous Oscar slap incident, Will Smith has made a triumphant return to the big screen with “Bad Boys 4.” Fans have been showing their support for the actor on social media, praising his performance in the film.

In a surprising move, Will Smith decided to show his appreciation to fans by making a surprise appearance at a packed theatre in Los Angeles. Videos shared on social media captured the moment when Smith walked out of the movie hall, causing a frenzy among moviegoers who were delighted to see the star in person.

The buzz surrounding “Bad Boys 4” has been further fueled by meta-references to Will Smith’s controversial Oscar slap incident. The film includes a scene where Lawrence’s character playfully smacks Smith’s character, alluding to the real-life incident that made headlines earlier this year.

In terms of box office performance, “Bad Boys 4: Ride or Die” is expected to make a strong showing, with early estimates projecting a total weekend gross of $53 million in the US. The film has already received a high Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes and an A- CinemaScore, indicating positive reviews from moviegoers.

The buddy cop movie has also drawn a diverse audience, with 44% Black movie buffs, 26% Hispanic and Latino, 18% Caucasian, and 12% Asian American/other viewers showing interest in the film. With its blend of action-packed sequences and comedy, “Bad Boys 4” is sure to keep audiences entertained and engaged throughout its runtime.

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