‘Think Like a Man Too’ Tops Box Office

Photo Credit: Screen Gems, Will Packer Productions
Photo Credit: Screen Gems, Will Packer Productions

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Comedian Kevin Hart is on a roll as far as successful films are concerned, and now he has yet another hit on his hands considering “Think Like a Man Too” has officially nabbed the number one spot at the box office in its opening weekend. Entertainment Weekly reports:

The box office continues to bow down to Kevin Hart. The comedian, already the cock of the walk with his Ride Along victory just five months ago, has another hit on his hands with Think Like a Man Too. The sequel to Steve Harvey’s best-selling relationship opus cruised to the #1 spot on Friday with a $12.2 million haul. (Take that, 23% score on Rotten Tomatoes!) The Tim Story-directed laffer, which also stars Michael Ealy, Regina Hall, and Meagan Good, follows the gang to Las Vegas for a wedding weekend. Think Like A Man Too played in 2,225 theaters and is on track to bring in opening weekend numbers comparable to the original’s $33.6 million bow in 2012.



  1. I haven’t seen it seen yet I’m going to try to catch it in the middle of the week I’m not about that opening weekend lol with packed crowds. I heard it was good though.

    1. LOL sis I’m the same way. I hate going to see a move the first weekend, but I will next week for Transformers.

      1. LOL. Ugg I hate Transformers lol, I just can’t get into it. I seen 10 minutes of the very first film with Shia and just gave up on it. But almost everybody I know loves it maybe it’s just me *shrugs* lol.

  2. I really liked it. I laughed a lot and I don’t feel bad about spending my money to see it. Lol.

  3. Saw it and loved it. I went to Atlantic Station and it was packed! And Gabby and D Wade came were in the theater too! People went crazy. LOL

  4. I liked it. I do agree with those who said the first one was better and had more substance. I feel like this one was all about the laughs which is cool too.

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