Due to its popularity, it’s now numero uno for the second week in a row.
Over the weekend, the ensemble comedy, based on Steve Harvey’s book, “Think Like A Man, Act Like A Lady,’” made id="mce_marker"8 million, according to studio estimates from box office tracking firm Hollywood.com. The encore weekend lifts the id="mce_marker"2 million film’s overall revenue to $60.9 million, more than 3 times what analysts anticipated.
Could this mean a sequel is in the offing? It certainly could. HumorMillMag.com reports that Screen Gems may greenlight a follow-up to the hilarious romantic comedy starring Taraji P. Henson, Michael Ealy and Kevin Hart, among others. The plot could be about marriage and the script could include a trip to Las Vegas, which would make sense because one of the pairs ended their storyline with an engagement.