Captain Marvel Scores $69M Second Weekend Box Office


The estimated numbers are in for the Captain Marvel second weekend box office, which comes in at around $69.8 million, a drop of -54.8%, which is right in line with Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

Captain Marvel now has a $266 million gross in the U.S. with a $494 million foreign gross, with its worldwide gross now passing $760 million.

Numbers for this weekend include debuting #1 in Japan with $5.6 million, with the Chinese gross now at $132 million, South Korea at $36.5m, the UK at $30.9m, Brazil at $24.3m and Mexico at $22.4m.

As noted, the flick is basically in line with Guardians of the Galaxy 2 which finished with over $863 million.

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Some other stats for Captain Marvel include that it is the third best opening in March, the fourth best in Spring, fifth best foreign opening weekend, sixth best worldwide opening, #7 top movie in the past 365 days, 26th best comic book adaptation, and 13th best MCU film.

The Captain Marvel Rotten Tomatoes is at 79% with 422 reviews counted: 333 Fresh, 89 Rotten. The Audience Score is at 62% stating they liked it; however, Rotten Tomatoes did restart the score following the film’s release so there is a lot of room for error. Metacritic, which offers a better score of reviews, is at 64.

Recently also saw the new trailer released for The Avengers: Endgame offering our third look at Brie Larson in the movie, which follows the Captain Marvel post-credit scene and The Avengers: Endgame clip released at the Disney investor meeting.

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Captain Marvel box office:

Domestic: $266,213,933

Foreign: $494,000,000

Worldwide: $760,213,933

Weekend box office:

Mar 8–10: $153,433,423

Mar 15–17: $69,318,000 (estimate) (-54.8%)

Daily Box office:

Thurs / Friday: $61,715,051

Saturday: $52,872,536 (-14.3%)

Sunday: $38,845,836 (-26.5%)

Monday: $10,986,773 (-71.7%)

Tuesday: $14,641,119 (+33.3%)

Wednesday: $8,586,183 (-41.4%)

Thursday: $9,248,435 (7.7%)

Friday: $19,047,000 (105.9% / -69.1%)

Saturday: $29,476,000 (54.8% / -44.3%)

Sunday: $20,795,000 (-29.5% / -46.5%)

(numbers via Amazon’s Box Office Mojo)