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  • Captain America Civil War - Domestic Box Office At $408 Million

    Got my ticket for first showing tonight at 7pm. Cant wait to see this.

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    Saw this movie last night. The movie was the best Marvel Studios movie released so far. It is a lot better than Avengers 1 and Captain America The Winter Soldier. Spiderman and Black Panther were huge additions to the movie and they nailed it perfectly.


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      'Captain America: Civil War' Opens with $179.1 Million; Global Cume Climbs Over $670M - Box Office Mojo

      Captain America: Civil War scorched the weekend box office, bringing in the fifth largest opening weekend of all-time. The massive debut contributed to Disney bringing in over $200 million this weekend as the studio became the fastest to cross the $1 billion mark in domestic earnings in just 128 days, decimating the 165 day record set by Universal just last year. And while Disney was setting records, the weekend also saw a stellar comeback for Open Road's Mother's Day as it took advantage of its holiday namesake.

      With a $179.1 million opening weekend, Civil War not only scored the fifth largest opening of all-time, it is the third largest opening for a film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). In fact, compared to the other standalone franchises in the MCU, the Captain America franchise continues to show the greatest film-over-film growth as Civil War's opening is a 91.3% increase over the opening for Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

      Of course, heading into the weekend, expectations were undoubtedly high as Civil War looked as if it may be able to become only the fourth film to top $200 million in its first three days. The film's reported, $250 million budget is on par with the budget for Avengers: Age of Ultron and, given the film's sheer size and scope, Civil War plays much more like an Avengers film than your typical Marvel, standalone character feature. Added to that, Civil War saw great reviews heading into the weekend (91% on RottenTomatoes), record Fandango pre-sales for a superhero film, more premium ticket options and 3-D theaters than Ultron and the premiere of two new superheroes. Yet, don't for a second think of the film's opening as a disappointment.

      Civil War scored an "A" CinemaScore, and solid holds over its first three days in release suggest a stellar domestic run is in the offing. Should it play out on par with the likes of The Winter Soldier it will end up around $290 million domestically by next Sunday and could surpass $425 million overall depending on how it holds on once X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters on May 20.

      Globally the film's total is now up to $673.1 million after launching internationally last weekend and bringing in a $217 million from overseas markets this weekend. In fact, with $494 million internationally after just two weeks, it has already surpassed the lifetime international cumes of Captain America ($194M), Iron Man ($267M), Thor ($268M), Iron Man 2 ($312M), Ant-Man ($339M), Thor: The Dark World ($438M), Guardians of the Galaxy ($440M) and Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($455M).

      From a per theater perspective, Captain America: Civil War was also on top. The film played in 4,226 theaters and brought in $42,390 per.


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        'Captain America' #1 Again as the Marvel Cinematic Universe Tops $10 Billion Worldwide - Box Office Mojo

        Repeating at number one, Disney and Marvel's Captain America: Civil War brought in an estimated $72.5 million, enough to make it one of the top ten second weekend results of all-time. The 59% drop is on par with last year's Avengers: Age of Ultron and if it continues on this trajectory it will be looking at a domestic cume at or around $430 million. As of now, the domestic total is just shy of $300 million.

        Internationally the film continues the push toward becoming the year's first $1 billion earner worldwide as it brought in $84.2 million, bringing the international cume to $645 million and the global total to $940.89 million. The film's performance also pushes the cumulative, worldwide total for the thirteen films that currently make up the Marvel Cinematic Universe to over $10 billion with Civil War ranking fourth on the worldwide list (seventh domestically) among all films in the MCU.


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          'Angry Birds' #1 Domestically, 'Captain America' Tops $1 Billion and It's 'Apocalypse' Overseas - Box Office Mojo

          Finishing second for the weekend, Disney's Captain America: Civil War brought in an estimated $33.1 million, bringing its domestic cume to $347.3 million. It's a slightly larger weekend-to-weekend drop than expected as it is becoming a little more apparent Marvel films may have established something of a ceiling with the massive numbers delivered by The Avengers in 2012. But that's not to diminish Civil War's overall performance as it is now the fourth highest grossing Marvel Cinematic Universe release domestically, fourth film in the MCU to cross $1 billion worldwide and the 19th highest grossing worldwide release of all-time.


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            'Finding Dory' Drowns Animated Box Office Records With $136 Million Opening - Box Office Mojo

            Elsewhere in the top ten, Captain America: Civil War finally topped $400 million domestically this weekend, making it the 23rd film to cross that mark and the fourth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.