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The Top 5 Highest-Grossing Films Over the Weekend Domestically

In its third weekend, Disney's The Jungle Book was the highest-grossing film in America over the weekend, dropping a mere 30% and raking in another $42m—more than the rest of the Top 5 combined.

Meanwhile, Warner Bros.' Keanu was the most financially successful debut, landing at #3 with just north of $9m.

1. The Jungle Book (2016) (Disney) $42m 4,041/$10,502 avg. (week 3)
2. The Huntsman: Winter's War (Universal) $9.4m 3,802/$2,470 avg. (week 2)
3. Keanu (Warner Bros.) $9.3m 2,658/$3,518 avg. (debut)
4. Mother's Day (Open Road) $8.3m 3,035/$2,736 avg. (debut)
5. Barbershop: The Next Cut (Warner Bros.) $6.1m 2,310/$2,652 avg. (week 3)

Overseas, Disney's Captain America: Civil War was #1 in all territories it screened in besides Japan, scoring an international opening of $200m, which landed the film in the Top 15 international openings of all time. Civil War opens stateside next week and is poised for a chart-topping debut.

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