Captain Marvel continues to be the No. 1 movie at the box office. According to box office figures from EW, the superhero film pulled in $69.3 million in the US and Canada this past weekend, keeping the film at the top of the box office charts. The $69.3 million, which is down 55 percent from its opening-weekend haul, now represents the 18th highest second-weekend in the history of movies.
There is a lot of space between Captain Marvel and the competition, as the animated film Wonder Park landed in the No. 2 position with $16 million. The No. 3 movie this past weekend was Five Feet Apart, which made $13.2 million.
Captain Marvel has now made $266.2 million in the US and Canada. Internationally, the film opened in Japan this weekend and made $5.6 million, which was good for No. 1 in Japan, and the highest opening for a standalone MCU character movie ever in the country.
The movie made a further $119.7 million from other international markets this weekend, boosting the movie’s global results to $760.2 million after just two weeks.
Captain Marvel reportedly cost $150 million to make, and it holds the record for the biggest opening-weekend in the history of film for a female-led movie on a global basis.
If you’ve seen the movie, you can check out our list of Captain Marvel Easter eggs and breakdown of the end-credits scenes. We also have a history of the Tesseract and much more for you to check out. If you want some more Captain Marvel content, you can also check out the origin of Talos, a key character in the film.
In other news, you can see more of Captain Marvel in the new Avengers: Endgame trailer that you can see in the embed above.
March 15-17 US/Canada Box Office:
- Captain Marvel — $69.3 million
- Wonder Park — $16 million
- Five Feet Apart — $13.2 million
- How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World — $9.3 million
- Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral — $8.1 million
- No Manches Frida 2 — $3.9 million
- Captive State — $3.2 million
- Lego Movie 2: The Second Part — $2.1 million
- Alita: Battle Angel — $1.9 million
- Green Book —$1.3 million