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.
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".
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.
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.