The comedy, which co-stars Margot Robbie now looks set to take around $20 by the end of the weekend, according to the Hollywood Reporter, after pulling in $6.4 million on its opening Friday. The film is something of a return to form for Smith who suffered a career blow when After Earth bombed in 2012.
The R-rated romp stars Smith as a con man who introduces his young lover to his art before ending their relationship. Three years later, they couple meet again in Buenos Aires, but things are a little different as this time they're both trying to scam the same billionaire. The film has so far receiv...
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