Disney won a fifth weekend at the box office, showing the studio is unstoppable right now.
To absolutely no one’s surprise, Captain America: Civil War topped the box office in its second weekend with a healthy $72.56M. Combined with its foreign take so far, the film already stands at $940.89M off of a $250M budget.
The Jungle Book came in second with $17.76M and now stands at $284.98M. Globally it stands at $828M off of a $175M budget.
Goerge Clooney and Julia Roberts’ latest, Money Monster, took in $15M to land in third. Seeing as the budget was only $27M that isn’t horrible, but also not great.
Kevin Bacon’s The Darkness debuted in fourth place with $5.18M.
Mother’s Day took a 70.6 percent fall this weekend to land in fifth place with $3.25M for a new domestic cume of $28.75M off of a $25M budget.
The biggest releases next weekend are The Angry Birds Movie, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and The Nice Guys.
Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 2nd Quarter report.