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Captain America: Civil War slipped almost 60% going into its second weekend, but that still left it with a steady enough cash flow to top the unimpressive competition.
Civil War added $72 million, ending the weekend at $295 million, just shy of the $300 million mark. Deadpool, the current top grossing movie of the year, has finally stalled out around $362 million. Captain America looks to supplant that title within the next two weeks.
Jungle Book sailed past $300 million, adding $17 million to finish the weekend at $311 million. Batman v Superman is settling in close to $330 million, meaning Jungle Book will likely overtake it. That will make the second Disney movie to pass the DC comic hero movie in as many weeks. This week Zootopia, now in its 11th week in the top ten, pushed past $330 million to become the second highest grossing domestic movie so far.
Jodie Foster's latest directorial offering, Money Monster, opened with $15 million domestic and another $4 million internationally. That's not a terrible start compared with its $27 million budget, but it won't be a major money maker either.
The Darkness, PG-13 horror flick starring Kevin Bacon, didn't scare up much cash. With just $5 million it took a distant fourth place.
For the full weekend top ten, check out the chart below: