It has only been about a week and a half after Captain America: Civil War debuted in theaters nationwide, but it’s already made over $300 million at the domestic box office. According to BoxOffice, Monday’s haul of $4.7 million pushed the film’s domestic gross to $300.7 million.
Last weekend, Civil War made $72.6m at the domestic box office, allowing it to hold its spot at first place. That earned the action flick the eighth-largest second weekend of all time, a similar track as Avengers: Age of Ultron and Iron Man 3.
Captain America: Civil War had the fifth biggest box office opening of all time in North America, joining the ranks of Star Wars: The Force Awakens with $248 million, Jurassic World with $208.8 million, The Avengers with $207.4 million, and Avengers: Age of Ultron with $191.3 million.
In case you wanted to keep score, Civil War‘s opening weekend earned about $220 million, where Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice earned $166 million.
Source: Comic Book Resources