Marvel Cinematic Universe Reaches $10 Billion Worldwide

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has crossed yet another milestone, making over $10 billion worldwide thanks to Captain America: Civil War.

According to Box Office Mojo, Civil War grossed $84.2 million internationally this weekend. As of now, the film has made $940.89 million total, skyrocketing past Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Civil War had another great weekend at the domestic box office as well, remaining at number one with $72.5 million. After only two weekends, the film’s domestic total is currently just under $300 million. It’s only a matter of time until Civil War passes Deadpool and Zootopia on the US charts, becoming the biggest blockbuster of 2016 thus far.

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Meanwhile, The Jungle Book claimed the number two spot, making $17.7 million and crossing the $300 million mark. Newcomer Money Monster had a perfectly solid start, coming in third with $15 million. The critically panned The Darkness was number four with $5.18 million. Finally, Mother’s Day lost much of its momentum, making a mere $3.25 million in the number five spot.

Check out this weekend’s box office estimates below:

  1. Captain America: Civil War – $72,563,000
  2. The Jungle Book – $17,764,000
  3. Money Monster – $15,000,000
  4. The Darkness – $5,180,000
  5. Mother’s Day – $3,259,205
  6. Zootopia – $2,816,000
  7. The Huntsman: Winter’s War – $2,580,000
  8. Keanu – $1,900,000
  9. Barbershop: The Next Cut – $1,675,000
  10. The Boss – $1,180,000
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About Nick Spake

Nick Spake has been working as an entertainment writer for the past ten years, but he's been a lover of film ever since seeing the opening sequence of The Lion King. Movies are more than just escapism to Nick, they're a crucial part of our society that shape who we are. He now serves as the Features Editor at Flickreel and author of its regular column, 'Nick Flicks'.

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