April 25 2016

Jungle Book has a strong second weekend

Disney has scored another live-action hit.

The Jungle Book scored another win at the box office in its second weekend. The film slipped just 41.1 percent to take in $60.8M and now stands at $191.47M domestically. It has taken in $337M foreign for a global take of $528.47M off of a $175M budget.

Second place went to The Huntsman: Winter’s War with $20M. Internationally it has taken in $80.2M for a global total of $100.28M off of a $115M budget. I think we’re learning unless Chris Hemsworth is playing Thor he can’t carry a film.

It has been 12 years since the last Barbershop film, Barbershop: The Next Cut came in third with $10.83M. It now stands at $36M.

Zootopia is still going strong and landed in fourth place this week with $6.61M for a new domestic total of $316.43M and a global total of $907.13M.

Melissa McCarthy landed in fifth place in its third weekend with The Boss, taking in $6M for a domestic total of $49.5M off of a $29M budget.

The biggest releases next weekend are Keanu, Mother’s Day and Ratchet & Clank.

Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 2nd Quarter report.

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