|Apr 20, 2012||Think Like a Man||$12,000,000||$33,636,303||$91,547,205||$113,373,764||Play|
|Jun 20, 2014||Think Like a Man Too||$24,000,000||$29,241,911||$65,028,687||$70,027,933||Play|
Box Office History for Think Like a Man Movies
|Aug 28, 2012||Think Like a Man||$17,235,439||$2,627,658||$19,863,097|
|Sep 16, 2014||Think Like a Man Too||$3,281,680||$1,628,097||$4,909,777|
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June 24th, 2014
This weekend was a disaster. Think Like a Man Too couldn't even live up to the original's opening, which is terrible for a sequel. Jersey Boys opened on the low end of lower expectations. Unfortunately, the holdovers weren't able to take advantage of the weak openings and the overall box office plummeted 22% to just $146 million. Compared to last year, the overall box office was down 39%. That's a disaster. There's no other way to describe it. Last year's number one film, Monster University made more money during its opening day than Think Like a Man Too made during the full weekend. It made more during its opening weekend than the top three films this year made. Even worse, 2014 has lost its lead over 2013. Granted, it is still close at $4.86 billion to $4.88 million, or just 0.3%, but it wasn't that long ago that 2014 was on a record-setting pace. Transformers: Age of Extinction should help turn things around next weekend, but I don't think that film will help in the long run.
June 22nd, 2014
Mid-Summer weekend will produce a near tie at the box office, according to estimates released on Sunday, with Sony in first and second place. Think Like a Man Too will come out top with about $30 million, according to the studio—basically in line with the $33 million earned by the first film in the franchise. That portends a total that will fall short of the $91.5 million earned by the previous outing domestically, and with limited international appeal, this installment will be solidly, but not spectacularly profitable. Enough for a third film? Probably.
Note: This list contains actors which appear in at least 2 movies of the franchise.
|Taraji P. Henson||2||Lauren||$183,401,697||$1,741,665,558||10.5%|
Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least 2 movies of the franchise.
|Tim Story||2||Director (2)||$183,401,697||$1,253,340,724||14.6%|
Executive Producer (1)
|David A. Newman||2||
Executive Producer (1)
|Will Packer||2||Producer (2)||$183,401,697||$1,111,636,158||16.5%|
Based on the book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" (2)
Executive Producer (2)
|Glenn S. Gainor||2||Executive Producer (2)||$183,401,697||$927,768,344||19.8%|
|Rushion McDonald||2||Executive Producer (2)||$183,401,697||$183,401,697||100.0%|
|Peter S. Elliot||2||Editor (2)||$183,401,697||$3,027,048,197||6.1%|
|Chris Cornwell||2||Production Designer (2)||$183,401,697||$1,530,662,573||12.0%|
|Christopher Lennertz||2||Composer (2)||$183,401,697||$2,730,311,217||6.7%|
|Charlie Campbell||2||Art Director (2)||$183,401,697||$705,064,360||26.0%|
|Salvador Perez||2||Costume Designer (2)||$183,401,697||$811,502,895||22.6%|
|Steve Danton||2||Assistant Director (2)||$183,401,697||$1,061,908,573||17.3%|
|Kimberly R. Hardin||2||Casting Director (2)||$183,401,697||$390,474,792||47.0%|