Weekend Box Office: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Takes Top Spot Again

Weekend Box Office

Captain America: Civil War has finished at the top of the domestic box office for its second weekend in theaters. Marvel‘s latest hit pulled in $72.6 million, bringing total global haul to date to $940 million.

In just two weeks it beat Batman v Superman‘s worldwide total, which helped the MCU to reach a combined $10 billion in eight years from 13 movies.

In second, the Jon Favreau-directed film Jungle Book continued to show staying power with another $17.8 million in its fifth weekend for a total of $311.8 million.

Jodie Foster’s financial hostage thriller Money Monster with George Clooney and Julia Roberts was the most successful of the new releases. The film earned an estimated $15 million, good enough for third place. The audiences gave it a B-plus on CinemaScore. Money Monster cost only $27 million to produce.

Debuting in fourth place was micro-budget horror picture The Darkness with $5.2 million. The Greg McLean-directed film, starring Kevin Bacon received goose egg on Rotten Tomatoes and a C on CinemaScore.

Rounding out the top five, Garry Marshall‘s ensemble comedy Mother’s Day earned $3.3 million in its third weekend. Check out this weekend’s top ten at the box office:

Weekend Box Office

Next weekend, The Nice Guys, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and The Angry Birds Movie will hit theaters.