Disney’s Captain America: Civil War continues its good form at the box office. Add The Jungle Book and Zootopia and you have an incredibly tasty mix for the Studio.
All three movies are doing very well, both internationally and domestically. Civil War grossed in excess of $84 million, with the overall accumulative total reaching a whopping $940.9 million. This brings the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe to an unprecedented $10 billion in revenue from 13 films, in just over nine years. Civil War is now the 4th highest grossing superhero movie of all time internationally. It is also the highest grossing film worldwide in 2016, overtaking DC & Warner Bros. rival Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in the process.
Add Jungle Book at $828 million and Zootopia at an estimated $970 million globally, and Disney
now have three of the four top grossing movies of the year. Not only that, but this is the first time three consecutive projects from the same studio rake in over $800 million at the box office.
Disney could not have wished for a better start to 2016, and with Finding Dory and The BFG still to come, this year could get even better for the Studio.
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