Captain America: Civil War became today the 25th film to ever gross more than $1 billion worldwide, and the first to do it so far this year.
Captain America: Civil War brought another $86.1 million last weekend. Including Thursday number it’s now at $676.7 million internationally. China continues to be Civil War‘s top overseas market with $169.5 million (5th locally), followed by South Korea ($60.8 million, 2nd), the UK ($48.3 million, 4th), Mexico ($40 million, 1st) and Brazil ($35 million, 2nd so far, behind Batman v Superman‘s $37.4 million). Worldwide Captain America: Civil War has $991 million, and including today’s number it will easily fly past the $1 billion mark.
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So this is now the 4th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to achieve such heights, the others being The Avengers ($1.519 billion), Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.405 billion) and Iron Man 3 ($1.215 billion). Civil War also helped push the combined worldwide gross of the MCU past $10 billion, which comes down to an average of about $775 million a movie (they’ve released 13 so far). Ultimately Captain America: Civil War should easily overtake Iron Man 3 and finish somewhere around $1.3 billion worldwide. At this point only Rogue One: A Star Wars Story could possibly earn more in 2016. What’s really crazy is by the end of the year Disney could have the entire top 5, with Civil War, Zootopia ($974.9 million), The Jungle Book ($839.7 million), Finding Dory and of course Rogue One, all likely to finish above $1 billion (or very close to that number in some cases).