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“Captain America: Civil War” Winning Box Office Again In Second Weekend Box Office

Chris Evans and Robert Downey, Jr. are still box office superheroes as Captain America: Civil War is expected to win its second weekend in a row.

The latest Marvel film made history last week with one of the biggest openings of all time. Now it will stay atop the chart with a projected $70 million this time around. Its reign, however, is likely to end later this month with the debut of another Marvel installment, X-Men: Apocalypse.

Former chart-topper The Jungle Book is hanging on to second place for now with $16.1 million. The new movie Money Monster, directed by Jodie Foster and starring George Clooney with Julia Roberts, is likely to open to $14.2 million to take third.

$5.4 million in ticket sales would allow the new horror flick The Darkness to nab the number four spot. Mother’s Day is eyeing a box office haul of $3.3 million to follow in fifth. And right now, Zootopia is neck-and-neck with The Huntsman: Winter’s War, as both are looking at $2.3 million for sixth and seventh.

Potentially rounding out the Top 10 are Keanu ($1.7 million), Barbershop: The Next Cut ($1.5 million), and The Boss ($1 million). All figures are currently estimates.