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.

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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