Disney is having a heck of a run as it has three pictures currently in the domestic marketplace that together have grossed over $825M — so far. Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War just crossed $200M, having grossed another $13.7M last night which is a tad higher than its Monday take ($13.3M) and a bigger take than some pictures’ full three-day weekend haul. The domestic gross is now $206.2M. It also just passed the total global cume of Captain America: The Winter Soldier (see below).
Meanwhile, The Jungle Book is now teetering at the $300M mark and is still in the No. 2 position at the box office after four weeks in release. The Jon Favreau-directed reboot of an old Disney (and Rudyard Kipling) classic has grossed a total of $291.2M as of last night.
That brings us to another family film from Disney, the animated Zootopia which currently sits at around $328.6M domestically after 10 weeks in release.
The three pictures are also leading the charge overseas with Captain America: Civil War on the verge of passing Batman v Superman‘s international gross of $540M+. With a total to date of $531.6M, CACW will easily surpass the superhero duo’s international cume as the Marvel film shows no signs of slowing down.
It passed the $700M global mark yesterday and has pulled in another chunk of change for a total global of $737.7M — surpassing the total global cume for Captain America: The Winter Solider which grabbed $714.4M two years ago.
In the all-important market of China where it is now well past the $100M mark, it opened this past weekend as the No. 2 best three-day opening for a Hollywood title ever, behind only Transformers: Age Of Extinction. It is now at $112.1M in the Middle Kingdom.
Meanwhile, The Jungle Book is only a hair away from crossing the $500M mark overseas. It is perched at $496.9M through last night.
And Zootopia, with its $631.2M international total has a global haul of $959.8M after 13 weeks in release.