Captain America: Civil War Wins Second Weekend At Box Office, Passes $900 Million Worldwide

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For the second weekend in a row, Captain America: Civil War has finished at the top of the domestic box office. In its opening weekend, Captain America: Civil War pulled in $179.1 million at the domestic box office, which was the fifth best opening weekend in history.

In its second weekend at the domestic box office, Captain America: Civil War pulled in a strong $72.56 million to once again take first place. Of course, there wasn't much in the way of new releases, as many studios seem to have accepted the fact that Marvel owns early May at the box office.

George Clooney's Money Monster was the top new release of the weekend, pulling in $15 million for a third place finish. Disney's The Jungle Book managed to take second place with $17.76 million in its fifth week of release, so Disney has to be pleased about owning the top two spots at the box office.

Captain America: Civil War has now made a grand total of $295.89 million at the domestic box office, which puts the film in fifth place for the year. At the international box office, Captain America: Civil War pulled in another $84.2 million this weekend, bringing the film's worldwide total to $940.9 million. Captain America: Civil War is now the second highest grossing movie of the year worldwide, trailing only Zootopia.

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