FINAL UPDATE, Monday, 1:28 PM: Disney’s The Jungle Book was king of the box office this weekend, having pulled in a final $103.2M, according to the studio and is poised to continue its reign next weekend. The movie debuted to the No. 2 all-time highest April opener and also only the second PG-rated Disney release with a three-day opening over $100M, joining Alice in Wonderland which nabbed $116.1M in March of 2010.

It will pass $300M globally today and there is nothing in its way to dominate this coming weekend. Sure, Universal’s sequel The Huntsman: Winter’s War will go wide but it’s not expected to put any kind of a dent into the Disney film. Jungle Book, the Jon Favreau live-action/CGI reimagination of an old Disney classic, is generating very strong positive word-of-mouth and is performing on all four quadrants. The film is playing equally well across the board — males, females, kids and adults.

Huntsman, which has not been tracking well at all, is expected to bring in less than half of the gross from its first installment which opened to $56.2M in June of 2012. The picture has already opened to an underwhelming box office performance internationally. Through yesterday, it has collected $43.1M so far; the film debuts in China and 36 other territories next weekend.

Barbershop: The Next Cut, with $20.2M, ended up the softest opening of the three in the franchise for MGM/New Line/Warner Bros. The other new opener — the Kevin Costner, Ryan Reynolds starring Criminal — fell way short of expectations with only $5.7M for Lionsgate.

There are a couple other openers of note: Elvis and Nixon from Bleecker Street which stars Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon (in about 350 theaters) and also Compadres from Pantelion Films. Here’s the final weekend tally for the box office Top 20:

1). The Jungle Book (DIS), 4,028 theaters / 3-day cume: $103.2M / Per screen average: $25,636 / Wk 1

2). Barbershop: The Next Cut (WB), 2,661 theaters / 3-day cume: $20.2M / Per screen: $7,607 / Wk 1

3). The Boss (UNI), 3,495 theaters (+15) / 3-day cume: $9.9 (-58%) / Per screen: $2,849 / Total cume: $40.1M / Wk 2

4). Batman v Superman (WB), 3,505 theaters (-597) / 3-day cume: $9M / Per screen: $2,576 / Total cume: $311.3M / Wk 4

5). Zootopia (DIS), 3,209 theaters (-235) / 3-day cume: $8.1M / Per screen: $2,537 / Total cume: $307.3M / Wk 7

6). Criminal (LGF), 2,683 theaters / 3-day cume: $5.7M / Per screen: $2,150 / Wk 1

7). My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (UNI), 2,297 theaters (-730) / 3-day cume: $3.2M / Per screen: $1,419 / Total cume: $52M / Wk 4

8). Miracles From Heaven (SONY), 2,082 theaters (-701) / 3-day cume: $1.9M / Per screen: $931 / Total cume: $56.9M / Wk 5

9). God’s Not Dead 2 (PURE), 1,585 theaters (-769) / 3-day cume: $1.7M / Per screen: $1,084 / Total cume: $16.9M / Wk 3

10). Eye in the Sky (BLST), 891 theaters (-198) / 3-day cume: $1.5M / Per screen: $1,743 / Total cume: $13.1M Wk 6

11). MET Opera: Roberto Devereux (Fathom), 900 theaters / 3-day cume: $1.5M / Per screen: $1,667 / Wk 1

12). Hardcore Henry (STX), 3,015 theaters (0) / 3-day cume: $1.4M (-72%) / Per screen: $479 / Total cume: $8.1M / Wk 2

13). The Divergent Series: Allegiant (LGF), 1,484 theaters (-1,019) / 3-day cume: $1.3M / Per screen: $924 / Total cume: $64M / Wk 5

14). Fan (YRF), 282 theaters / 3-day cume: $1.3M / Per screen: $4,826 / Wk 1

15). 10 Cloverfield Lane (PAR), 1,085 theaters (-801) / 3-day cume: $1M / Per screen: $976 / Total cume: $69.7M / Wk 6

16). Deadpool (FOX), 791 theaters (-644) / 3-day cume: $974K / Per screen: $1,232 / Total cume: $360M / Wk 10

17). Hello, My Name Is Doris (RSA), 650 theaters (-329) / 3-day cume: $781K / Per screen: $1,202 / Total cume: $10.9M / Wk 6

18). Meet the Blacks (FREE), 584 theaters (-423) / 3-day cume: $489K / Per screen: $839 / Total cume: $8.3M / Wk 3

19). Midnight Special (WB), 512 theaters (+19) / 3-day cume: $431K / Per screen: $828 / Total cume: $3.1M / Wk 5

20). Everybody Wants Some!! (PAR), 134 theaters (+71) / 3-day cume: $428K / Per screen: $3,198 / Total cume: $1.5M / Wk 3

3rd Writethru Sun. 7:50 and 8:45 AM: With a weekend opening haul of between $101M and $103.6M after today, Disney’s The Jungle Book will become the No. 2 April opener of all time, only behind Furious 7 which took in $147.1M last year. The Jungle Book’s three-day gross has easily surpassed Captain America: The Winter Soldier which grabbed $95M in April, 2014 to take the second biggest April debut. Disney is calling it at $103.6M, clearly expecting a strong Sunday yet again. The Jungle Book also rates as the highest-ever PG title released in April by far (Uni’s Hop opened to $37.5M in 2011).

Globally, the outstanding performances of The Jungle Book as well as Zootopia, which crossed $300M in North America this weekend, pushed The Walt Disney Studios over the $2B box office mark with $2.095M. It’s the 15th consecutive year they’ve reached that mark, the studio said.

It’s between Disney and Universal over who has the best marketing team in town right now, but The Jungle Book should be king of the jungle for the next three weeks at least before another one of the studio’s titles comes in to take all the air out of the marketplace yet again: Disney/Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War bows on May 6.

With a distribution date well chosen and a film that delivered from Jon Favreau, The Jungle Book garnered an A CinemaScore from an audience pretty evenly divided among young and old, male and female. The family adventure film set the stage with a big $4.2M in previews on Thursday and continued strong throughout the weekend. There is no indication that moviegoing will let up today either. The film grossed $32.4M on Friday before chalking up a much better than expected Saturday, rising 27% to haul in another $41.1M. And with a projected Sunday of $26.7M, it will go over $100M. Tracking for this picture heading into the weekend had it at around $75M is, once again, in the toilet. In fact, we had people arguing with us last week that it wouldn’t hit over $85M. Heavy sigh.

This is another big franchise for Favreau as director, after Iron Man. The film took in another $136.1M abroad for a global get of $240M.

Noteworthy also is that Disney’s other family favorite in the marketplace — the animated Zootopia — is crossing the $300M mark and still in the Top Five after seven weeks in release with $307M and change.

Looking at The Jungle Book CinemaScore breakdown: 97% of the audience gave the film an A or a B. The total positive response from PostTrak was also a very high 92%. It is 95% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s also a very high “definite recommend.” The film got A’s from both the under and over 25 crowd and A+ among those under 18 years of age and also for the over-50 audience. Word-of-mouth on this picture is going to give it very strong legs going into May.

It’s not only a four-quadrant picture but also has the benefit of a full Imax footprint (376 screens) and those screens provided a huge $10.4M — the best-ever April opening weekend for “a Disney-branded” release for Imax. As opposed to Disney/Marvel branded, we suppose. Seven out of the Top Ten grossing screens were Imax.

It’s also the first U.S. released Dolby Vision 3D title (which can only be seen in a few select theaters in New York and Chicago), and it’s also playing widely across RealD’s 28,000 3D-equipped locations across the globe where the picture has already unleashed in 36 markets (including China). About 43% of the grosses came from 3D showings.

(One note: this was the late Garry Shandling’s last picture; a dear friend of Favreau’s, Garry voiced the porcupine in The Jungle Book).

Barbershop The Next CutBarbershop: The Next Cut, which also has been well reviewed and garnered an A- CinemaScore, got Mowgli’d down. It got a nice bump on Saturday with an estimated $8.15M take, up 17% from its Friday night gross $7M. Its revised three-day cume is now $20M+ as it is likely to secure a nice hold today. Barbershop movies have tended to make 98% of their total box office from North America.

Despite disappointing results, you gotta give props to Ice Cube and the gang for promoting the film. They also did so relentlessly on social media. In fact, RelishMix (which measures social media activity) told Deadline that Barbershop: The Next Cut has been graced with one of the most socially active casts in recent memory because every cast member either has Barbershop as their masthead or tons of material from the film or premiere posted throughout their pages. It also got pretty great reviews, including a glowing one in the NY Times and 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. It also received a high “definite recommend” (63%) from audience members polled by PostTrak. 66% of the CinemaScore audience was over 25 with a split of 56$ females and 44% males.

Despite all this, the MGM/New Line/Warner Bros. film (WB owns only 25% of the film) will not open to the grosses of the second installment Barbershop 2: Back In Business which debuted at $24.2M back in 2004. And it’s still a shave away from the first movie which grossed $20.6M in 2002. That’s tough.

CriminalThe third new entry into the market, Lionsgate’s Criminal brought in $2M on Friday and grossed another $2.27M on Saturday (up 12%) still on track for a three-day of anywhere between $5.67M to $5.8M. It debuted at No. 6. While it’s not star Kevin Costner’s lowest opening to date for a wide release, it’s definitely down there. The picture, which also stars Ryan Reynolds, received a B- CinemaScore tonight from its core audience. Of those in attendance, just 51% of the audience said they came to see Costner.

In their all-important second weekends out, Melissa McCarthy’s comedy The Boss is looking at a big drop of around 57% for Universal, but that’s nothing compared to the second frame of Hardcore Henry from STX. Hardcore Henry had a dizzying 71% drop and is out of the Top Ten. It’s better than Friday morning, when we saw it down 90% from a week earlier. STX Entertainment has about $5M in and the cume after this weekend will be only $8M. It held onto all 3,105 of its theaters which was no small feat, but it’s all but over.

Also, Bleecker Street’s critically-acclaimed film Eye in the Sky (one of the best films we’ve seen in a long while) marks its third weekend in the Top Ten and could end the weekend with a total cume of between $12M and $13M.

Here are the Sunday estimates:

1). The Jungle Book (DIS), 4,028 theaters / $32.4M Fri. (includes $4.2M previews) / $41.1M Sat. (+27%) / $26.7M Sun. (-35%) / 3-day cume: $101M to $103.6M / Wk 1

2). Barbershop: The Next Cut (WB), 2,661 theaters / $7M Fri. (includes $735K previews) / $8.15M Sat. (+17%) / $4.9M Sun. (-40%) / 3-day cume: $20M+ / Wk 1

3). The Boss (UNI), 3,495 theaters (+15) / $3M Fri. / $4.4M Sat. (+43%) / $2.6M Sun. (-40%) / 3-day cume: $10M+ (-57%) / Total cume: $40.3M / Wk 2

4). Batman v Superman (WB), 3,505 theaters (-597) / $2.36M Fri. / $4.1M Sat. (+70%) / $2.68 Sun. (-35%) / 3-day cume: $9.2M / Total cume: $307M+ / Wk 4

5). Zootopia (DIS), 3,209 theaters (-235) / $2.1M Fri. / $3.6M Sat. (+73%) / $2.4M Sun. (-43%). / 3-day cume: $8.1M / Total cume: $311.5M / Wk 7

6). Criminal (LGF), 2,683 theaters / $2M Fri. / $2.27M Sat. (+12%) / $1.3M Sun. (-40%) / 3-day cume: $5.67M to $5.8M / Wk 1

7). My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (UNI), 2,297 theaters (-730) / $988K Fri. / $1.4M Sat. (+48%) / $M Sun. (-45%) / 3-day cume: $3.2M / Total cume: $52M / Wk 4

8). Miracles From Heaven (SONY), 2,082 theaters (-701) / $535K Fri. / $823K Sat. (+53%) / $530K Sun. (-60%) / 3-day cume: $1.87M /  Total cume: $56.9M / Wk 5

9). God’s Not Dead 2 (PURE), 1,585 theaters (-769) / $485K to $490K Fri. / $673K Sat. (+39%) / $570K Sun. (-15%) / 3-day cume: $1.7M / Total cume: $16.9M / Wk 3

10). Eye in the Sky (BLST), 891 theaters (-198) / $452K Fri. / $727K Sat. (+61%) / $400K Sun. (-45%) / 3-day cume: $1.57M / Total cume: $12M to $13M Wk 6

Notables:

11). Hardcore Henry (STX), 3,015 theaters (0) / $455K Fri. / $630K Sat. (+37%) / $411K Sun. (-35%) / 3-day cume: $1.5M (-71%) / Total cume: $8.1M / Wk 2

21). Demolition (FSL), 862 theater (+8) / $92K Fri. / $138K Sat. (+52%) / $78K Sun. (-43%) / 3-day cume: $306K (-72%) / Total cume: $1.8M / Wk 2

Openers as of Saturday night:

1). The Jungle Book (DIS), 4,028 theaters / $32.4M Fri. (includes $4.2M previews) / $42M Sat. (+29%) / 3-day cume: $101M to $103M / Wk 1

2). Barbershop: The Next Cut (WB), 2,661 theaters / $7M Fri. (includes $735K previews) / $8.25M Sat. (+18%) / 3-day cume: $20.4M / Wk 1

6). Criminal (LGF), 2,683 theaters / $2M Fri. / $2.3M Sat. (+13%) / 3-day cume: $5.8M / Wk 1

Here are the estimates for the Top Ten pictures from Friday:

1). The Jungle Book (DIS), 4,028 theaters / $32.4M Fri. (includes $4.2M previews) / 3-day cume: $87M to $88M / Wk 1

2). Barbershop: The Next Cut (WB), 2,661 theaters / $7M Fri. (includes $735K previews) / 3-day cume: $19.4M / Wk 1

3). The Boss (UNI), 3,495 theaters (+15) / $3M Fri. / 3-day cume: $9.8M to $10M+ (-59%) / Total cume: $40.6M / Wk 2

4). Batman v Superman (WB), 3,505 theaters (-597) / $2.36M Fri. / 3-day cume: $9.4M / Total cume: $311M / Wk 4

5). Zootopia (DIS), 3,209 theaters (-235) / $2.1M Fri. / 3-day cume: $8.65M / Total cume: $307M to $308M / Wk 7

6). Criminal (LGF), 2,683 theaters / $2M Fri. / 3-day cume: $5.7M / Wk 1

7). My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (UNI), 2,297 theaters (-730) / $988K Fri. / 3-day cume: $3.3M / Total cume: $52.2M / Wk 4

8). Miracles From Heaven (SONY), 2,082 theaters (-701) / $535K Fri. / 3-day cume: $1.9M /  Total cume: $56.9M / Wk 5

9). God’s Not Dead 2 (PURE), 1,585 theaters (-769) / $485K to $490K Fri. / 3-day cume: $1.5M to $1.8M / Total cume: $16.9M / Wk 3

10). Eye in the Sky (BLST), 891 theaters (-198) / $452K Fri. / 3-day cume: $1.5M to $1.7M / Total cume: $13.1M Wk 6

Notables:

12). Hardcore Henry (STX), 3,015 theaters (0) / $455K Fri. / 3-day cume: $1.4M to $1.6M (-71%) / Total cume: $8.15M / Wk 2

21). Demolition (FSL), 862 theater (+8) / $92K Fri. / 3-day cume: $295K to $335K (-72%) / Total cume: $1.83M / Wk 2