Sunday, May 15, 2016

Captain America: Civil War Easily Dominates Second Weekend with $72.6 Million

Captain America: Civil War's Second Weekend brought in a hefty $72.6 million for a total of $296 million.  Overseas, it raked $84.2 million, bringing it's overseas total to $645 million.  Worldwide, Captain America: Civil War has made $941 million.  Which already surpasses Batman v Superman's $868.8 million total take.

Meanwhile, the number 2 film this week (another Disney film), The Jungle Book, took in $17.8 million to help it surpass the $300 million mark domestically... and has now made $828.1 million worldwide.

Newcomer, Money Monster, actually opened a little higher than expectations with $15 million. The other newcomer The Darkness had to settle for 4th place with a rather hum $5.2 million... though, it's already surpassed it's reported $4 million budget.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Captain America: Civil War
2) The Jungle Book
3) Money Monster
4) The Darkness
5) Mother's Day
6) Zootopia
7) The Huntsman: Winter's War 
8) Keanu
9) Barbershop: The Next Cut
10) The Boss
$72.6 million
$17.8 million
$15 million
$5.2 million
$3.3 million
$2.8 million
$2.6 million
$1.9 million
$1.7 million
$1.2 million
$295.9 million
$311.8 million
$15 million
$5.2 million
$28.8 million
$331.8 million
$44.5 million
$18.6 million
$51.4 million
$61.1 million
$250 million
$175 million
$27 million
$4 million
$25 million
$150 million
$115 million
$15 million
$20 million
$29 million

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