‘Captain America: Winter Soldier’ Takes Box Office

Captain America

Just as the case normally is with the films to come from Marvel Studios, Captain America: The Winter Soldier has completely dominated the box office charts this weekend while breaking records in the process. The action-flick opened this last Friday and made over $37 million, which breaks the single day record for the month of April that had been set by Fast Five when it opened to $34 million on April 25, 2011. As of right now, current estimates show that this sequel will pull in a total of $96.2 million by the end of the weekend, which will break the record for the month that has also been previously set by Fast Five.

Our review for Captain America: The Winter Soldier can be found right here. Follow the jump to view a complete top ten listing of this weekend’s highest grossing films.

  1. Captain America: Winter Soldier – $96,200,000
  2. Noah – $17,000,000
  3. Divergent – $13,500,000
  4. God’s Not Dead – $7,730,000
  5. The Grand Budapest Hotel $6,300,000
  6. Muppets Most Wanted – $6,290,000
  7. Mr. Peabody & Shedrman – $5,300,000
  8. Sabotage – $1,910,000
  9. Need for Speed $1,840,000
  10. Non-Stop $1,830,000
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