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Disney Weekend 5/20 - 5/22 Global Estimates - "Captain America: Civil War," "Jungle Book" and “Zootopia"


 

Disney Weekend 5/20 - 5/22 Global Estimates - "Captain America: Civil War," "Jungle Book" and “Zootopia"

 

 

As announced on Friday, Captain America: Civil War has now crossed the $1Bn global mark to become the fourth Marvel Cinematic Universe film to surpass the $1Bn threshold, joining The Avengers ($1.518B), Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.405B), and Iron Man 3 ($1.215B).   Captain America: Civil War is Disney’s 10th billion-dollar release out of the 25 films that have reached this milestone in the history of the industry.  Having crossed the $1Bn mark, it also has now passed The Dark Knight, The Hobbit : Unexpected Journey, Alice in Wonderland, Star Wars Episode 1, Jurassic Park and POTC: On Stranger Tides to become the 19th highest grossing movie of all-time to date globally.

 

Zootopia’s global gross of $982M means that it has now overtaken Despicable Me 2 ($970.8M) to become the fourth highest grossing animated release of all-time, as Japan continues to play strongly with another weekend increase of +2%.

 

The Jungle Book continues to hold strongly despite being in its 7th weekend of play, especially in the UK where it dropped by just -12% this weekend and in North America where it dropped by just -36%.

 

Disney currently holds 3 of the top 4 releases globally in 2016 with Captain America: Civil War at #1, Zootopia at #2 and The Jungle Book at #4 and closing on #3 with Korea and Japan still to open.

 

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

 

Captain America: Civil War has now opened in all international markets.

 

Captain America: Civil War estimated results for weekend 4:

 

Dom:                                   $33.114M (4,226 locations, 2nd place)

-54% below last weekend

 

Int’l:                                     $30.7M 

 

GLOBAL:                             $63.814M

 

Captain America: Civil War cumulative performance to date

 

Dom GBO:                          $347.390M

 

Int’l GBO:                           $706.1M

 

GLOBAL GBO:                   $1,053.490M

 

International

 

Captain America: Civil War posted an estimated $30.7M in its fourth weekend of overseas release from 55 material territories representing 100% of the international marketplace.

 

Overall

 

The Domestic cume to date ($347M) makes Captain America: Civil War now the #4 grossing Marvel release, behind only The Avengers ($623M), Avengers: Age of Ultron ($459M) and Iron Man 3 ($409M).

 

With an International cume to date of $706M, Captain America: Civil War still stands as the 4th highest grossing super-hero movie of all-time internationally, behind only Avengers: Age of Ultron ($946M), The Avengers ($895M) and Iron Man 3 ($806M).

 

With a Global cume to date of $1,053M, Captain America: Civil War now stands as the 4th highest grossing super-hero movie of all-time globally, behind only The Avengers ($1,518M), Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1,405M), Iron Man 3 ($1,215M) and Dark Knight Rises ($1,085M), having now passed Dark Knight ($1,005M). It also now stands as the 19th highest grossing movie of all-time.

 

Performance to date – key territories

 

Territory            GBO

                           

China                 $177.9M

Korea                 $62.1M

UK                    $50.1M

Mexico              $40.7M

Brazil                 $37.4M

Japan                 $24.9M

Australia            $23.5M

France                $21.5M

Germany            $19.9M

Russia                $16.0M

Taiwan               $15.8M

Hong Kong       $15.0M

Philippines         $14.1M

Italy                   $12.2M

India                  $12.2M

Thailand             $11.4M

Spain                 $10.7M

Malaysia            $10.4M

Other                 $130.3M

Total                 $706.1M

 

Highlights

 

Captain America: Civil War continues its strong run in China, grossing an estimated weekend of $11.6M to take the estimated cume to date to $177.9M and making it the second highest grossing super-hero genre movie ever there behind only Avengers: Age of Ultron.  Elsewhere, Captain America: Civil War earned significant weekend grosses in Brazil (-50%), the UK (-53%) and Australia (-54%) especially.  With an estimated gross of $706M to date, it stands as the #1 release of 2016 to date internationally and while also the 4th highest grossing super-hero movie of all-time internationally, behind only Avengers: Age of Ultron ($946M), The Avengers ($895M) and Iron Man 3 ($806M), it has actually grossed more than Iron Man 3 at today’s FX rates.  It is also now the #19 film of all-time internationally.

 

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

 

The Jungle Book opened in no new markets this weekend.

 

Note:  Significant territories not opened yet are Korea and Japan.

 

The Jungle Book estimated results for weekend 7:

 

Dom:                                   $11.017M (3,460 locations, 5th place)

-36% below last weekend

 

Int’l:                                     $7.4M 

 

GLOBAL:                             $18.417M

 

The Jungle Book cumulative performance to date

 

Dom GBO:                          $327.497M

 

Int’l GBO:                            $530.2M

 

GLOBAL GBO:                   $857.697M

 

International

 

The Jungle Book posted an estimated $7.4M in its seventh weekend of overseas release from 47 material territories representing approximately 93% of the international marketplace. 

 

Performance to date – key territories

 

Territories                 GBO

                                

China                        $150.1M

UK                           $59.6M

India                         $38.4M

France                      $24.7M

Mexico                     $24.2M

Australia                   $21.9M

Russia                      $20.3M

Other                        $191.6M

Total                        $530.2M

 

International Highlights

 

The Jungle Book continues to power along, especially in Europe where it earned an estimated $5.1M for the weekend, dropping just -51% from last weekend.  Especially impressive was the UK, which made an estimated $2.1M for the weekend and dropped just -12% to almost reach $60M there.

 

Next weekend

 

Next weekend sees an opening in Hong Kong.

 

Key future international openings

 

2 Jun                     Korea

11 Aug                  Japan

 

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ZOOTOPIA

 

Zootopia has now opened in all international markets.

 

Zootopia cumulative performance to date

 

Dom GBO:                          $334.403M

 

Int’l GBO:                            $647.4M

 

GLOBAL GBO:                    $981.803M

 

International

 

Zootopia posted an estimated $4.7M in its fifteenth weekend of overseas release from 25 material territories.

 

International Highlights

 

Current international box office for Zootopia is mainly driven by the final market, Japan.  In Japan, Zootopia grossed an estimated $4.3M for the weekend, another excellent hold which is +2% ahead of last weekend and a third consecutive weekend at #1 to take the estimated cume there to $42.8M now.  Zootopia’s global gross of $982M means that it has now overtaken Despicable Me 2 ($970.8M) to become the fourth highest grossing animated release of all-time.

 

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WALT DISNEY STUDIOS MOTION PICTURES

Estimated Daily Grosses

 

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR  (2nd Place)

(Week 3; 4,226 Theatres)

Fri 5/20/16 Estimate – 8,707,000

Sat 5/21/16 Estimate – 14,638,000

Sun 5/22/16 Estimate – 9,769,000

3-Day Estimate – 33,114,000

Estimated Cumulative Gross (Through Sun 5/22/16) – 347,390,000

 

THE JUNGLE BOOK  (5th Place)

(Week 6; 3,460 Theatres)

Fri 5/20/16 Estimate – 2,734,000

Sat 5/21/16 Estimate – 4,923,000

Sun 5/22/16 Estimate – 3,360,000

3-Day Estimate – 11,017,000

Estimated Cumulative Gross (Through Sun 5/22/16) – 327,497,000

 

ZOOTOPIA  (8th Place)

(Week 12; 1,377 Theatres)

Fri 5/20/16 Estimate – 375,000

Sat 5/21/16 Estimate – 800,000

Sun 5/22/16 Estimate – 528,000

3-Day Estimate – 1,703,000

Estimated Cumulative Gross (Through Sun 5/22/16) – 334,403,000