comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of April 17, 2016

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LOS ANGELES (APRIL 17, 2016) — comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of April 17, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, comScore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world. Customers are able to analyze admissions and gross results around the world using comScore’s suite of products.

comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Warner Bros.’ ‘Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice’ has another solid weekend at the global box office in 68 territories as the superhero epic adds another $57.4 million and has earned $783.5 million to date.  This lands the film a spot on the list of top 10 grossing superhero movies worldwide of all-time”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 17, 2016, are below.

1. Jungle Book, The – Disney – $239.7M
2. Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice – Warner Bros. – $24.1M
3. Barbershop: The Next Cut – Warner Bros. – $20.2M
4. Zootopia – Disney – $19.0M
5. Huntsman: Winter’s War, The – Universal – $17.6M
6. Boss, The – Universal – $12.7M
7. London Has Fallen – Multiple – $9.3M
8. Criminal – Lionsgate – $7.8M
9. Kung Fu Panda 3 – 20th Century Fox – $7.8M
10. 10 Cloverfield Lane – Paramount – $5.0M
11. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 – Universal – $4.6M
12. Divergent Series: Allegiant, The – Multiple – $4.3M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 17, 2016, are below.

1. Jungle Book, The – Disney – $103.6M
2. Barbershop: The Next Cut – Warner Bros. – $20.2M
3. Boss, The – Universal – $10.2M
4. Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice – Warner Bros. – $9.0M
5. Zootopia – Disney – $8.2M
6. Criminal – Lionsgate – $5.8M
7. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 – Universal – $3.3M
8. Miracles From Heaven – Sony – $1.9M
9. God’s Not Dead 2 – Pure Flix – $1.7M
10. Eye In The Sky – Bleecker Street – $1.6M
11. MET Opera: Roberto Devereux – Fathom Events – $1.5M
12. Hardcore Henry – STX Entertainment – $1.5M

Full details regarding the global domestic and international box office results are listed in the table below.

Weekend BO Estimate (USD) Weekend Release Cume (USD) Distributor
Title Worldwide Int’l Domestic Worldwide Int’l Domestic Int’l Terr. Domestic
Jungle Book, The  239,667,000  136,100,000 103,567,000  290,967,000  187,400,000  103,567,000  DIS 50  DIS
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice 24,110,000 15,100,000 9,010,000  827,311,730  516,000,000 311,311,730  WB 68  WB
Barbershop: Next Cut  20,210,000  –  20,210,000  20,210,000  – 20,210,000  WB 1  WB
Zootopia  19,035,000  10,800,000  8,235,000  882,278,756 574,800,000 307,478,756  DIS 54  DIS
The Huntsman: Winter’s War  17,600,000  17,600,000 43,000,000  43,000,000  –  UNI 25  UNI
Boss, The  12,672,535  2,500,000 10,172,535 44,254,445 3,900,000  40,354,445  UNI 18  UNI
London Has Fallen  9,304,000  9,000,000  304,000  181,403,206  120,000,000 61,403,206  MUL 38  ORF
Criminal  7,850,000  2,000,000  5,850,000  7,925,000 2,075,000 5,850,000  LGF 18  LGF
Kung Fu Panda 3  7,768,000  7,500,000  268,000  496,708,837 355,400,000 141,308,837  FOX 51  FOX
10 Cloverfield Lane  5,050,000  4,000,000 1,050,000 101,484,681 31,700,000 69,784,681  PAR 55  PAR
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2  4,560,505 1,300,000  3,260,505 78,695,995  26,600,000  52,095,995  UNI 22  UNI
Divergent Series: Allegiant  4,300,000  3,000,000 1,300,000  150,941,161  87,000,000 63,941,161  MUL 30  LGF
Visiteurs: La Revolution  3,500,000  3,500,000 54,000,000  54,000,000  –  MUL 4  IND
Eye In The Sky  3,411,998 1,850,000  1,561,998 17,319,729 4,200,000 13,119,729  MUL 15  BST
*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries.

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