Wednesday, December 28, 2016

First Day Box Office Collection Of Barbershop: The Next Cut Movie

Barbershop: The Next Cut is a 2016 American comedy film directed by Malcolm D. Lee and written by Kenya Barris and Tracy Oliver. It is the sequel to 2004's Barbershop 2: Back in Business and the fourth film in the Barbershop film series and stars an ensemble cast, including returning actors Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Anthony Anderson, Eve, Sean Patrick Thomas, Deon Cole and Troy Garity, and new cast members Regina Hall, Nicki Minaj, Common, Maryum Ali, J. B. Smoove, Tyga and Lamorne Morris. The film was released on April 15, 2016.

First Day Box Office Collection Of Barbershop: The Next Cut Movie:

To survive harsh economic times, Calvin and Angie have merged the barbershop and beauty salon into one business. The days of male bonding are gone as Eddie and the crew must now contend with sassy female co-workers and spirited clientele. As the battle of the sexes rages on, a different kind of conflict has taken over Chicago. Crime and gangs are on the rise, leaving Calvin worried about the fate of his son. Together, the friends come up with a bold plan to take back their beloved neighborhood.

On March 26, 2014, reported that MGM was in negotiations with Ice Cube to produce a third Barbershop film.[4] On February 19, 2015, Malcolm D. Lee was set to direct the third film, while Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer were in talks to join the film.[5] On March 25, 2015, New Line Cinema signed on with MGM to release the film, while MGM would handle the production.[6] Principal photography began in Atlanta, Georgia on May 11, 2015.[7][8] On November 14, 2015, director Malcolm D. Lee said in an interview at the 7th Annual Governors Award ceremony that the title of the film had been changed from Barbershop 3 to Barbershop: The Next Cut.[9]
The film was originally scheduled for release on February 19, 2016, but was pushed back to April 15, 2016.
Box office[edit]
In the United States and Canada, pre-release tracking suggested the film would gross $26–30 million from 2,661 theaters in its opening weekend, trailing fellow newcomer The Jungle Book ($67–75 million projection) but besting Criminal ($9–12 million projection).[10] It made $735,000 from Thursday night previews and $7 million on its first day. It went on to gross $20.2 million in its opening weekend, finishing below expectations and second at the box office behind The Jungle Book ($103.6 million).[11]

The film has received a total gross of $55 million.

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