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Captain America: Civil War box office collections are off the hook! In just four days, Captain America: Civil War has collected over half a billion dollars in worldwide box offices. The figures have soared so high that the debate on Captain America: Civil War box office predictions is getting heated with every passing day. So far, the Captain America: Civil War box office collections have grossed over $181.7 million domestically. But, the biggest boom is witnessed in the overseas box office. The movie has made almost $500.0 million in foreign box office collection, making it another top-grossing blockbuster from Marvel.

And, it’s not just Marvel that’s reaping these Captain America profits; Walt Disney and Buena Vista are also a major gainers from it. As of today, it’s official thatCaptain America: Civil War is turning out to be the biggest Marvel movie of the year. If you think the Deadpool box office collection made it the biggest Marvel movie of 2016, check out the numbers of Captain America‘s opening weekend collections. According to Box Office Mojo, the Captain America: Civil War movie made over $600.0 million worldwide in just four days. That’s close to Deadpool‘s life-time box office gross! So, don’t be surprised if the new Captain America movie crosses the billion dollar mark within the next week. So, there isn’t much of a doubt as to why everyone’s trying to watch the “Captain America: Civil War full movie” online!

We cannot deny that the Captain America: Civil War box office predictions are too good to be true. So far, the movie has precisely made $678.3 million in worldwide box office. This makes it the first and foremost Marvel movie with the fastest climb to $1.0 billion, and, not just for Marvel; Captain America: Civil War is turning out to be one of the all-time top-grossing movie distributed by Walt Disney. In 2015, Disney had collected over $2.3 billion in box office collections from movies like Inside Out, Ant-Man, and the mega-hit, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s not even been six months into 2016 and Disney has already crossed billions with the recent blockbusters like Zootopia and The Jungle Book. Zootopia made almost one billion dollars worldwide while The Jungle Book made about $300 million in just domestic box office collections. Crossing over $1.5 billion dollars in box office revenue with just these two, Disney is likely to pull another billion with Captain America: Civil War.

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Here’s a detailed look at the figures of Captain America: Civil War box office collections

Source Collections
Opener Weekend (Domestic) – 4 Days$181.7 million
Opener Weekend (Foreign) – 4 Days$496.6 million
Worldwide Box Office – 4 Days$678.3 million
Daily Box Office (United States of America)
Thursday Paid-Previews (May 5)$25.0 million
Friday Opener (May 6)$75.2 million
Saturday Haul (May 7)$61.0 million
Sunday Grosses (May 8)$45.0 million
Weekend Box Office (Foreign)
Australia$13.8 million
Brazil$18.3 million
Mexico$27.5 million
South Korea$41.7 million
United Kingdom$33.0 million


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With Captain America: Civil War, Disney will become the fastest studio to cross the $1.0 billion mark. This will also make Marvel studios are part of this elite club. Marvel may also surpass the Disney distributors and studios as soon as it drops one more blockbuster. It’s safe to say that Marvel will surely makes another billion when Captain America: Civil War is followed by X-Men: Apocalypse on May 20.

Things have been going great at the 2016 box office, and the movies have broken records with unbeatable margins. Just like Deadpool making an amazing opening weekend record for R-rated movies, the Captain America: Civil War movie has also set to record to top all the previous movies of 2016. The Captain America: Civil War box collections (domestic) have toppled giant release like Batman v. Superman ($166.0 million) and has also beaten it’s fellow Marvel flicks like Iron Man 3 ($174.0 million). It’s slightly behind Avengers: Age of Ultron, which made $191.0 million in domestic box office earnings on the opening weekend.

So, if you haven’t yet watched Captain America: Civil War yet, you are surely missing on an unforgettable movie experience. You shouldn’t be the only person to miss the epic fight scene between Team Cap and Team Iron Man. And, you should also not be some one totally clueless about the new Captain America post-credits scenes. It’s also great to see what happens when Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Steve Rogers/Captain America (Chris Evans) have a major disagreement over approval of a board governing the Avengers. You will also get to see a new Marvel superhero, The Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), while Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Vision (Paul Bettany), and the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) join the rest of the gang. Plus, there’s Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Black Widow (Scarlett Johannson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Col. Rhodes/Iron Patriot (Don Cheadle). And, you must have heard by now that Spider-Man (Tom Holland) is back!

So, go watch Captain America: Civil War which is currently playing a theater near you. And, do a re-check on these box office collections once the numbers from the upcoming weekend get updated.