After seeing Captain American: Civil War last week, I too, am on a team Cap bandwagon. If you haven’t, It’s an all-round pleasure.
Lets get to it.
Cap and co. are still on top, but in their second week has seen them drop a little. However, they still stand strong at $6 million (slightly better than Batman’s 4 million second week).
I have also heard that Black Widow is getting her own film, can’t wait! I bring this up, mainly as a lack of Black Widow was my only gripe with Civil War.
Bad Neighbours 2 has pushed The Jungle Book right out of second place and is doing extremely well, racking up $2 million for its opening week.
The other newbies to poll this week are, Florence Foster Jenkins, Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant’s new operatic comedy at #5, the bio- drama The Man Who Knew Infinity at #7 and Shakespeare Live! From the RSC clocking in at #10.
Here’s the ladder:
Week Ending 11-May-16
|#||Film Title||Distributor||Box Office|
|1||CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR||WALT DISNEY||$6,071,108|
|2||BAD NEIGHBOURS 2||UNIVERSAL||$2,386,487|
|4||THE JUNGLE BOOK||WALT DISNEY||$1,427,165|
|5||FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS||ENTERTAINMENT ONE||$888,515|
|6||EDDIE THE EAGLE||FOX||$797,580|
|7||THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY||ICON||$234,454|
|10||SHAKESPEARE LIVE! FROM THE RSC||SHARMILL||$180,544|
We have a lot coming pout this week: Firstly, The Angry Birds Movie, Bastille Day (featuring Idris Elba), Green Room, Remember (a story involving dementia and a Auschwitz survivor), fashion doco The First Monday in May and Tina Fey‘s Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
See you next time!
All figures from The Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia and Box Office Mojo