"Captain America: Civil War" Remains No. 1 in Its Second Weekend

It was a good weekend for Disney at the box office as "Captain America: Civil War" held its first place spot with a $72.6 million intake from domestic theaters -- the eighth-largest second weekend of all time.

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According to Variety, "Civil War" added to its $179.1 million from last weekend for a $295.9 million total from the domestic box office thus far. The film is reportedly on a similar track as "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Iron Man 3".

In second, Disney's Jon Favreau-directed "Jungle Book" continued to show staying power, raking in $17.8 million for a $311 million total from domestic theaters.

Opening in third place, Sony's "Money Monster" debuted with $15 million, after receiving solid buzz from the film's Cannes Film Festival premiere. Directed by Jodie Foster, the thriller stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts.

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Rounding out the top five, BH Tilt's Kevin Bacon-led horror-thriller "The Darkness" earned $5.2 million from 1,754 theaters in its debut, followed by Gary Marshall's "Mother's Day" in fifth place, with a $3.3 million intake in its third weekend.

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