comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of May 1, 2016

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LOS ANGELES (MAY 1, 2016) — comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of May 1, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

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comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Ahead of its North American debut later this week Disney’s latest Marvel release, the massively entertaining ‘Captain America: Civil War’ launched internationally this weekend to a phenomenal $200.2 million, setting multiple records that including all-time industry opening weekends in Brazil, Mexico and the Philippines. Notably, China-based title ‘Finding Mr. Right 2’ had a stellar $51 million debut in just 4 territories.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, May 1, 2016, are below.

1. Captain America: Civil War – Disney – $200.2M
2. Jungle Book, The – Disney – $99.5M
3. Finding Mr. Right 2 – Multiple – $51.0M
4. Huntsman: Winter’s War, The – Universal – $16.8M
5. Zootopia – Disney – $13.3M
6. Mother’s Day – Multiple – $10.4M
7. Keanu – Warner Bros. – $9.3M
8. MBA Partners – Unknown – $7.5M
9. Phantom Of The Theater – Unknown – $7.0M
10. Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice – Warner Bros. – $6.6M
11. Barbershop: The Next Cut – Warner Bros. – $6.1M
12. Boss, The – Universal – $5.7M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, May 1, are below.

1. Jungle Book, The – Disney – $42.4M
2. Huntsman: Winter’s War, The – Universal – $9.4M
3. Keanu – Warner Bros. – $9.3M
4. Mother’s Day – Open Road – $8.3M
5. Barbershop: The Next Cut – Warner Bros. – $6.1M
6. Zootopia – Disney – $5.0M
7. Ratchet And Clank – Focus Features – $4.8M
8. Boss, The – Universal – $4.2M
9. Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice – Warner Bros. – $3.8M
10. Criminal – Lionsgate – $1.3M
11. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 – Universal – $1.1M
12. MET Opera: Elektra (2016) – Fathom Events – $1.0M

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. Dom
Captain America: Civil War  200,200,000  200,200,000  200,200,000 200,200,000  –  DIS 37  DIS
Jungle Book, The 99,539,000  57,100,000 42,439,000  684,795,800 432,700,000 252,095,800  DIS 58  DIS
Finding Mr. Right 2  51,000,000  51,000,000  51,000,000 51,000,000  –  MUL 4  ASI
Huntsman: Winter’s War, The  16,793,065  7,400,000  9,393,065 130,989,090  97,000,000  33,989,090  UNI 67  UNI
Zootopia  13,306,000  8,300,000  5,006,000  931,418,489 607,900,000  323,518,489  DIS 41  DIS
Mother’s Day 10,402,319 2,100,000 8,302,319 10,602,319 2,300,000  8,302,319  MUL 21  OPR
Keanu  9,350,000  –  9,350,000  9,350,000  – 9,350,000  WB 1  WB
MBA Partners  7,500,000  7,500,000  7,500,000 7,500,000  –  FUJ 1  ASI
Phantom Of The Theater  7,000,000  7,000,000  7,000,000 7,000,000  –  BON 1  WGU
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice  6,560,000  2,750,000 3,810,000  862,932,593 537,800,000  325,132,593  WB 60  WB
Barbershop: The Next Cut 6,125,000  – 6,125,000 44,880,640  175,000  44,705,640  WB 1  WB
Boss, The 5,746,715 1,500,000 4,246,715 67,007,840 10,900,000 56,107,840  UNI 26  UNI
Ratchet And Clank  5,423,000 600,000  4,823,000  6,823,000 2,000,000 4,823,000  MUL 11  FOC
Kung Fu Panda 3  3,384,000 3,100,000  284,000  509,907,337 367,900,000  142,007,337  FOX 20  FOX
Xuan Zang  2,400,000  2,400,000  2,400,000 2,400,000  –  CNF 1  N/A
*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries.

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