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US Box Office Results: May 6 - 8, 2016

It was not a mater of if the new marvel movie, CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR would be the #1 movie in the country, it was a matter of how much the movie would bring in in its first weekend. The answer is $182 million, making the fifth largest opening weekend take of all time. That ranks it behind STAR WARS: TFA, JURASSIC WORLD and the last two AVERNGERS movies. Worldwide, the movie has already brought in over $678 million.

A quick look at the big players still in the top 10. THE JUNGLE BOOK continues its money grab, collecting another $22 million and bringing its four week total to $285 million, domestically. ZOOTOPIA ranked 7th in this weekend's chart, with an additional 2.7 million, for a grand total of $328 million . And, BATMAN vs SUPERMAN, hanging on to tenth place, added another one million and its domestic gross is currently $327 million. All three movies are each within the top five of the year.
  1. $181.8 million - Captain America: Civil War
  2. $21.87 million - The Jungle Book (2016)
  3. $9.006 million - Mother's Day
  4. $3.580 million - The Huntsman: Winter's War
  5. $3.080 million - Keanu
  6. $2.700 million - Barbershop: The Next Cut
  7. $2.677 million - Zootopia
  8. $1.750 million - The Boss
  9. $1.462 million - Ratchet & Clank
  10. $1.045 million - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
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