comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of May 22, 2016

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LOS ANGELES (MAY 22, 2016) — comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of May 22, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

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comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “An incredibly busy weekend at the global box office was led by Fox’s ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ with a terrific $103.3 million haul ahead of its North American opening later this week.  Sony’s ‘The Angry Birds Movie’ enjoyed a solid international debut a week ago and this weekend along with its North American debut scored a very happy $94.5 million.  In other major news, Disney’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’ joined the $1 billion club in global revenue as it rides a wave of great reviews and social media buzz.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, May 22, 2016, are below.

1. X-Men: Apocalypse – 20th Century Fox – $103.3M
2. Angry Birds Movie, The – Sony – $94.5M
3. Captain America: Civil War – Disney – $63.8M
4. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising – Universal – $27.8M
5. Jungle Book, The – Disney – $18.4M
6. Nice Guys, The – Multiple – $12.2M
7. Divergent Series: Allegiant, The – Multiple – $11.1M
8. Wailing, The – First Independent Pictures – $11.1M
9. Money Monster – Sony – $9.9M
10. Zootopia – Disney – $6.4M
11. Night Peacock – Multiple – $3.9M
12. Finding Mr. Right 2 – Multiple – $2.4M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, May 22, 2015, are below.

1. Angry Birds Movie, The – Sony – $39.0M
2. Captain America: Civil War – Disney – $33.1M
3. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising – Universal – $21.8M
4. Nice Guys, The – Warner Bros. – $11.3M
5. Jungle Book, The – Disney – $11.0M
6. Money Monster – Sony – $7.1M
7. Darkness, The – High Top Releasing – $2.4M
8. Zootopia – Disney – $1.7M
9. Huntsman: Winter’s War, The – Universal – $1.2M
10. Mother’s Day – Open Road – $1.1M
11. Barbershop: The Next Cut – Warner Bros. – $0.8M
12. Meddler, The – Sony Pictures Classics – $0.8M

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 No. of Terr. Domestic
X-Men: Apocalypse  103,300,000  103,300,000  –  103,300,000  103,300,000  –  FOX 75  FOX
Angry Birds Movie, The  94,500,000  55,500,000  39,000,000  151,000,000  112,000,000  39,000,000  SNY 84  SNY
Captain America: Civil War  63,814,000  30,700,000  33,114,000  1,053,490,153  706,100,000  347,390,153  DIS 56  DIS
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising  27,787,690  6,000,000  21,787,690  51,787,690  30,000,000  21,787,690  UNI 46  UNI
Jungle Book, The  18,417,000  7,400,000  11,017,000  857,697,565  530,200,000  327,497,565  DIS 48  DIS
Nice Guys, The  12,190,000  920,000  11,270,000  12,920,000  1,650,000  11,270,000  MUL 6  WB
Divergent Series: Allegiant, The  11,120,000  11,000,000  120,000  171,300,028  105,300,000  66,000,028  MUL 6  LGF
Wailing, The  11,100,000  11,100,000  –  32,300,000  32,300,000  –  FIP 1  WGUI
Money Monster  9,880,000  2,800,000  7,080,000  36,303,647  9,200,000  27,103,647  SNY 17  SNY
Zootopia  6,403,000  4,700,000  1,703,000  981,803,528  647,400,000  334,403,528  DIS 26  DIS
Night Peacock  3,900,000  3,900,000  –  3,900,000  3,900,000  –  MUL 1  –
Finding Mr. Right 2  2,400,000  2,400,000  –  114,300,000  114,300,000  –  MUL 6  ASIA
Witch, The  2,100,000  2,100,000  –  35,736,458  10,600,000  25,136,458  UNI 6  A24
Huntsman: Winter’s War, The  1,803,540  610,000  1,193,540  157,972,230  111,300,000  46,672,230  UNI 49  UNI
Que culpa Tiene el Nino  1,760,000  1,760,000  –  7,750,000  7,750,000  –  DMNDF 1  –
Mother’s Day  1,600,214  485,000  1,115,214  42,588,936  11,300,000  31,288,936  MUL 27  OPRD
Criminal  1,511,000  1,470,000  41,000  32,598,768  17,915,000  14,683,768  MUL 14  LGF
Brothers (dir. Gan)  1,300,000  1,300,000  –  1,300,000  1,300,000  –  CHINA 1  –
*Territory is a movie studio term for regions of the world consisting of various countries.

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