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‘Civil War’ Holds On To Top Spot At Box Office

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The dystopian political action film Civil War about an America torn apart triumphed over the newly released vampire movie Abigail at the weekend box office. Civil War held the top spot in its second weekend with $11 million for a domestic total of $45 million for indie studio A24. Heading into the weekend, Universal’s Abigail was expected to take a bigger bite out of Civil War but instead opened to $10.2 million, a respectable number for a studio film that cost a modest $28 million to make before marketing.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, April 21, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total% Change
1Civil WarA24$11,127,7523,929$2,832$44,884,414-56.43%
3Godzilla x Kong: The New EmpireWarner Bros.$9,455,0003,658$2,585$171,616,510-39.15%
4Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, TheLionsgate$9,000,0002,845$3,163$9,000,000
5Spy x Family Code: WhiteCrunchyroll/Sony$4,875,0002,009$2,427$4,875,000
6Kung Fu Panda 4Universal$4,600,0002,955$1,557$179,982,475-16.86%
7Ghostbusters: Frozen EmpireSony$4,400,0003,109$1,415$102,914,270-23.57%
8Dune: Part TwoWarner Bros.$2,900,0002,014$1,440$276,592,913-33.08%
9Monkey ManUniversal$2,200,0002,641$833$21,674,790-46.16%
10First Omen, The20th Century Studios$1,700,0002,430$700$17,765,038-55.28%
11MET Opera: La Rondine (2024)Fathom Events$705,196733$962$705,196
12Long Game, TheEmick$570,000825$691$2,330,198-56.17%