Friday’s box office was just enough to put it over the top, replacing ‘Finding Dory.’
Captain America: Civil War
But don’t worry … films have a much longer shelf life in what will soon become the world’s largest film market.
No matter who finishes on top, Disney will end up the big winner with a nearly $3 billion domestic box office.
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The ‘Captain America: Civil War’ actress tops a list that includes almost all superheroes, and a Star Wars entry.
One more big week could not only move the Star Wars film into the top five for the year, it could very well end up No. 3.
It won’t finish anywhere near ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ but then again, it was never supposed to.
No other studio has planned a film for that weekend, and they probably won’t. Early October is usually not a huge moviegoing time.
Before Tom Holland won over audiences and critics alike with his portrayal of Spider-Man Andrew Garfield was headlining the Amazing Spider-Man.
It was a good week for movies, but it could get even better next week when ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ finally debuts.
There was little doubt the latest offering from the Marvel universe would do well.
The studio could finish at top for the first time since ‘Finding Nemo’ came out in 2003.
Joss Whedon has not rushed to sit back in the director’s chair again, despite earning nearly $3 billion in box office from just two films.
The Spider-Man franchise is moving on without Andrew Garfield. And you know what? Garfield isn’t really sad at all.
Tim Miller is anxious to get the sequel to ‘Deadpool’ in front of the cameras. But before he can do that, the ‘Deadpool 2’ director needs his Domino.