May 13-15 Weekend Box Office Numbers

Disney has been on a roll in the past two weekends as they’ve had two big films in the top two spots in the weekend box office. Captain America: Civil War and The Jungle Book had repeat performances at #1 and #2 respectively. Disney and Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War brought in an estimated $72.5 million. The 59% drop is similar to last year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron and it is trending to a possible $430 million domestic overall. Right now, the domestic total is just shy of $300 million. The international total is at $645 million with the global total take at an amazing $940.89 million.

Disney’s The Jungle Book finished second, bringing in an estimated $17.7 million. The film has made $310 million so far.

The Jungle Book‘s international cume has come to $516.3 million with a global total of $828 million.

Money Monster opened in third with an estimated $15 million. It proves once again that star power (George Clooney and Julia Roberts in this case) is not what it used to be.

The Darkness came in fourth with an estimated $5.18 million. The micro-budgeted feature opened in 1,755 theaters and took advantage of targeted digital marketing to bring in the core demographic.

Rounding out the weekend top five is Mother’s Day, which dropped over 70%, bringing an estimated $3.25 million this weekend. The holiday film had a surprising rise last weekend during the holiday, but isn’t performing well at all.

The Nice Guys starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe opens next weekend.

Box Office Mojo’s May 13-15, 2016 Weekend Box Office Top Ten Breakdown

TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count /Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 1 Captain America: Civil War BV $72,563,000 -59.5% 4,226 $17,171 $295,892,078 $250 2
2 2 The Jungle Book (2016) BV $17,764,000 -27.5% 3,970 -174 $4,475 $311,760,110 $175 5
3 N Money Monster TriS $15,000,000 3,104 $4,832 $15,000,000 $27 1
4 N The Darkness HTR $5,180,000 1,755 $2,952 $5,180,000 1
5 3 Mother’s Day ORF $3,259,205 -70.6% 3,291 +150 $990 $28,757,325 $25 3
6 6 Zootopia BV $2,816,000 -12.4% 1,935 -142 $1,455 $331,831,439 11
7 4 The Huntsman: Winter’s War Uni. $2,580,000 -34.7% 2,518 -383 $1,025 $44,539,250 $115 4
8 5 Keanu WB $1,900,000 -42.2% 2,120 -561 $896 $18,612,503 $15 3
9 7 Barbershop: The Next Cut WB $1,675,000 -40.2% 1,333 -401 $1,257 $51,355,702 5
10 8 The Boss Uni. $1,180,000 -38.3% 1,350 -583 $874 $61,141,700 $29 6