Captain Marvel: How much did it make at the Box Office worldwide?

Captain Marvel movie via Disney WS Media
Captain Marvel movie via Disney WS Media /

When we say Captain Marvel took over the box office this weekend, we mean literally took over it. The movie exceeded expectations and broke several records along the way.

Despite the haters and naysayers, Captain Marvel premiered with soaring results! At the moment, these numbers are early estimates based on sales so far and pre-sale tickets. So how big of an opening are we talking? Try $153 million domestically and $302 million overseas, for a grand total of $455 million!

When compared to other worldwide openings, Captain Marvel falls in 6th place, behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Jurassic World, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Fate of the Furious and Avengers: Infinity War, in that order.

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No. 2 sees How to Train Your Dragon collect $14.6 million to its growing total. The animated movie now has $435.1 million worldwide, which is almost as much as Captain Marvel picked up in a weekend. Close behind is A Madea Family Funeral with $12 million ($46.1 million worldwide now).

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Here are the top ten movies of the weekend from Friday, March 8, to Sunday, March 10:

  1. Captain Marvel: $153 million
  2. How To Train Your Dragon 3: $14.6 million
  3. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral: $12 million
  4. The LEGO Movie 2: $3.8 million
  5. Alita: Battle Angel: $3.2 million
  6. Green Book: $2.4 million
  7. Isn’t It Romantic?: $2.4 million
  8. Fighting With My Family: $2.1 million
  9. Greta: $2.1 million
  10. Apollo 11: $1.3 million

Alita: Battle Angel is sinking down the top ten pretty quickly, while Isn’t It Romantic continues to hold on. How many movies in the top ten have you seen?

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Up next, Wonder Park, Five Feet Apart, and The Highwaymen premiere in theaters (The Highwaymen streams on Netflix March 29). What will you be watching in theaters this weekend?