Girls Trip Is Officially a $100 Million Box Office Hit

Image via Universal Pictures
Image via Universal Pictures

Girls Trip, the obvious comedy hit of the year, will surpass the $100 million mark at the box office as of Thursday, placing it in rare company.


For Hollywood, the success of Girls Trip is considered a “box office anomaly,” according to Deadline, given all the other comedy flops this summer. For comparison, the numbers for Rough Night (the comedy starring Scarlett Johansson) and Snatched (Amy Schumer) stand at $22 million and $45.9 million, respectively.

Via Deadline:

Compare this to last year when four comedies –all released during the summer– held their own including Ghostbusters (it made $128M despite being a financial upset), Central Intelligence ($127.4M), Bad Moms ($113.3M) and Sausage Party ($97M).

But this summer, and this year to date, Universal can relish the fact that they bucked a downward box office trend with their sleeper hit Girls Trip ...


This was to be expected after the film’s record-breaking opening weekend, critical praise, and Tiffany Haddish.

Culture Editor, Jezebel

Share This Story

Get our newsletter



I wanted to see this over Rough Night for sure. I only see a handful of movies a year in the theater and this summer it ended up being The Big Sick and Baby Driver. Kinda wish I went to this instead of Baby Driver. It was fun, but not as fun as I thought an Edgar Wright movie should be.