Sex sells in Hollywood.
“No Hard Feelings” flirted its way to the top of the box office on its opening night.
The summer sex comedy brought home $6.25 million on Friday, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.
The Jennifer Lawrence-led flick centers around a 32-year-old bartender and Uber driver who accepts a job to date a 19-year-old from a Craigslist ad created by his parents.
Rolling Stone said the A-List actress is “easily the best thing in this comedy about a woman hired to ‘date’ a shy high school senior — yet not even foul-mouthed, no-filter J-Law can save this mess.”
“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” crawled up to second place after being in third last week, earning 5.7 million.
There was buzz from fans that a sequel to the flick would be released in March, but that rumor was dispelled from an anonymous artist who worked on the movie.
“There’s no way that movie’s coming out then,” the employee dished to Vulture.
“Everyone’s been fully focused on Across the Spider-Verse and barely crossing the finish line. And now it’s like, ‘Oh, yeah, now we have to do the other one.’”
“Elemental” remained in the third place spot, with a just over $5.6 million take.
The New Yorker said the film is “a tearful metaphor for Pixar’s decline.”
Superhero flick “The Flash,” which was in first last week, landed in fourth, raking in $4.5 million.
“Asteroid City” was in fifth with $3.8 million in sales.