|Jul 22, 2011||Captain America: The First Avenger||$140,000,000||$65,058,524||$176,654,505||$370,569,776||Play|
|Apr 4, 2014||Captain America: The Winter Soldier||$170,000,000||$95,023,721||$259,746,958||$714,401,889||Play|
|May 6, 2016||Captain America: Civil War||$250,000,000||$179,139,142||$408,084,349||$1,153,304,495||Play|
Box Office History for Captain America Movies
|Oct 25, 2011||Captain America: The First Avenger||$48,875,490||$68,258,948||$117,134,438|
|Sep 9, 2014||Captain America: The Winter Soldier||$30,887,411||$38,825,164||$69,712,575|
|Sep 13, 2016||Captain America: Civil War||$21,093,102||$55,613,514||$76,706,616|
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November 5th, 2017
Thor: Ragnarok continues a remarkable record for the Marvel Cinematic Universe this weekend by posting a $121 million opening weekend, according to Disney’s Sunday morning estimate. That’s a significant increase from the $85.7 million of Thor: Dark World, and means that each sub-franchise based on an individual character has had increasing open box office from film to film: Iron Man’s openings went from $102 million, to $128 million, to $174 million; Captain America went $65 million, $95 million, $179 million; and now Thor has gone $65 million, $86 million, and $121 million.
May 22nd, 2016
The Angry Birds Movie is performing at the top end of expectations this weekend, and will top the box office chart with a commendable $39 million. While that’s a long way behind the $75.1 million earned by Zootopia on its opening weekend back in March, it’s a very respectable figure, and gives Sony the increasingly-rare bragging rights over Disney this weekend, with Captain America: Civil War dropping to second place with $33.1 million.
May 14th, 2016
As expected, Captain America: Civil War dominated the box office chart on Friday, earning $19.44 million. However, this is down 74% from its opening Friday, which is a sharper-than-expected drop. It will bounce back over the weekend to earn $70 million, but that’s a loss of over $100 million from its opening weekend. It is also not enough to get it to $300 million this weekend. It will get there on Monday, on the other hand. Again, I must emphasize that this is only bad when compared to monstrous expectations. Its sophomore decline will be about 60%, which is in line with Age of Ultron. Additionally, Civil War is already the biggest hit for the Captain America franchise at the worldwide box office and will be the first of the three films to reach the $1 billion mark. There’s no reason to be upset at its box office run so far.
October 4th, 2013
Beauty and the Beast is a remake of the 1987 series of the same name. That show starred Linda Hamilton and Ron Perlman and while it only lasted two seasons (the third season with Linda Hamilton hardly counts) it developed a very loyal fan base. This remake was not greeted with a lot of critical praise, while its ratings dropped from 2.78 million for the series premiere to just 1.26 million for the season finale. Were the critics right? Were viewers wise to abandon the show?
Note: This list contains actors who appeared in at least two movies in the franchise.
|Chris Evans||3||Steve Rogers / Captain America||$2,238,276,160||$9,442,460,478||23.7%|
|Sebastian Stan||3||Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier||$2,238,276,160||$5,138,560,379||43.6%|
|Scarlett Johansson||2||Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow||$1,867,706,384||$11,722,476,530||15.9%|
|Anthony Mackie||2||Sam Wilson/Falcon||$1,867,706,384||$7,276,366,463||25.7%|
|Hayley Atwell||2||Peggy Carter||$1,084,971,665||$3,639,356,447||29.8%|
|Toby Jones||2||Armin Zola||$1,084,971,665||$7,557,343,445||14.4%|
|Emily VanCamp||2||Agent 13||$1,867,706,384||$2,030,087,763||92.0%|
|Frank Grillo||2||Brock Rumlow||$1,867,706,384||$3,439,692,888||54.3%|
|Samuel L. Jackson||2||Nick Fury||$1,084,971,665||$20,715,056,028||5.2%|
|Gozie Agbo||2||Theo Broussard||$1,867,706,384||$1,867,706,384||100.0%|
Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least two movies in the franchise.
|Christopher Markus||3||Screenwriter (3)||$2,238,276,160||$6,539,411,806||34.2%|
Executive Producer (2)
|Kevin Feige||3||Producer (3)||$2,238,276,160||$22,081,627,015||10.1%|
|Louis D’Esposito||3||Executive Producer (3)||$2,238,276,160||$17,386,951,901||12.9%|
|Stephen McFeely||3||Screenwriter (3)||$2,238,276,160||$6,539,411,806||34.2%|
|Stan Lee||3||Executive Producer (3)||$2,238,276,160||$28,288,326,081||7.9%|
|Jeffrey Ford||3||Editor (3)||$2,238,276,160||$8,841,680,760||25.3%|
|Dave Jordan||3||Music Supervisor (3)||$2,238,276,160||$18,317,469,387||12.2%|
Supervising Sound Editor (2)
Sound Designer (1)
|Anthony Russo||2||Director (2)||$1,867,706,384||$4,017,298,423||46.5%|
|Joe Russo||2||Director (2)||$1,867,706,384||$4,017,298,423||46.5%|
|Alan Fine||2||Executive Producer (2)||$1,084,971,665||$6,713,579,603||16.2%|
Executive Producer (1)
|Trent Opaloch||2||Director of Photography (2)||$1,867,706,384||$4,490,543,991||41.6%|
|Judianna Makovsky||2||Costume Designer (2)||$1,867,706,384||$8,472,617,278||22.0%|
|Dan DeLeeuw||2||Visual Effects Supervisor (2)||$1,867,706,384||$4,182,921,641||44.7%|
|Henry Jackman||2||Composer (2)||$1,867,706,384||$9,043,773,820||20.7%|
|Sarah Halley Finn||2||Casting Director (2)||$1,867,706,384||$22,124,691,303||8.4%|
Associate Producer (1)
|Daniel Laurie||2||Supervising Sound Editor (2)||$1,867,706,384||$8,391,163,308||22.3%|
|Tom Johnson||2||Re-recording Mixer (2)||$1,867,706,384||$19,153,929,395||9.8%|
Second Unit Director (2)
Stunt Coordinator (1)
|Juan Peralta||2||Re-recording Mixer (2)||$1,867,706,384||$8,125,326,888||23.0%|
Supervising Music Editor (2)
Score Supervisor (1)
|Lars P. Winther||2||
First Assistant Director (2)
Associate Producer (1)
|Josh Gold||2||Sound Effects Editor (2)||$1,867,706,384||$12,641,245,374||14.8%|
|Andy Gill||2||Stunt Coordinator-Second Unit (2)||$1,867,706,384||$9,613,511,996||19.4%|