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Top 20 Box Office Hits: ‘Civil War’ dethroned

It was exciting to do the top 20 box office list to see where the movies landed. “Captain America: Civil War” has been a box office smash but this last weekend it met it’s match in the form of bird… little angry ones. In their first weekend in theaters, “Angry Birds” flew past “Captain America” by over $5 million. Although the numbers for the animated hit were lower than expected it was still considered a “soaring” success.

Other movie premieres for this weekend made pretty good strides, but not great “The Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” and “The Nice Guys”  performed well below the expectations while Disney’s “Jungle Book” holds strong in the top five for yet another week.

So without further adieu, here are the 20 top-grossing movies for this past weekend in the U.S. and Canada.

  1. “The Angry Birds Movie” $38.2 million- 1st week
  2. “Captain America: Civil War” $32.9 million- 3rd week
  3. “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” $21.8 million- 1st week
  4. “The Nice Guys” $11.2 million- 1st week
  5. “The Jungle Book” $11 million- 6th week
  6. “Money Monster” $7 million- 2nd week
  7. “The Darkness” $2.3 million- 2nd week
  8. “Zootopia” $1.7 million- 12th week
  9. “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” $1.2 million- 5th week
  10. “Mother’s Day” $1.1 million- 4th week
  11. “Barbershop: The Next Cut” $843K- 6th week
  12. “The Meddler” $783K- 5th week
  13. “The Boss” $654K- 7th week
  14. “Love & Friendship” $560K- 2nd week
  15. “Keanu” $522K- 4th week
  16. “The Man Who Knew Infinity” $496K- 4th week
  17. “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” $390K- 9th week
  18. “The Lobster” $389K- 2nd week
  19. “Sing Street” $347K- 6th week
  20. “A Bigger Splash” $329K- 3rd week


Jordan Zeitler

Jordan Zeitler is 33 years old and lives in St. Louis, MO with his partner of 5 years. He enjoys spending time with his children and his friends. As a published writer, he writes short stories, stage plays, and poetry. In his free time, he escapes the real world by watching a lot of movies and TV. He also stays current on all aspects of entertainment news and politics. Jordan also served in the military for 8 years and is an advocate for veteran rights. Jordan has devoted a lot of his time to a small community theater company as the Production Manager. He also started a Youth Theater Program to educate kids about theater, singing, and improvisations. He hopes to someday publish the next great American novel and own a theater company of his own.

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