On Wednesday, Captain America: Civil War became the #1 box office grossing film of 2016 when it hit $982 million. Add in Thursdays take and the total sits at $991 million, just $9 million shy of the $1 billion mark on it's 24th day of release. That breaks down to $314.3 million domestically and $676.7 million overseas.
As a studio, Marvel has produced 13 films in 8 years grossing over $10 billion dollars. The three Captain America films accounting for $2.1 billion of that. Civil War is the 4th Marvel movie to break the mark: Avengers ($1.518 billion), Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.405 billion) and Iron Man 3 ($1.215 billion).
Disney is having a pretty good year with 3 of the top 5 movies of the year so far with Zootopia in second place $974.9 million and The Jungle Book in fourth with $839.7 million. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is in third place with $870.2 million. Deadpool comes in fifth with $763 million
An interesting note, the above numbers are for global box office. Just looking at domestic the top five flip all around with Deadpool first, Zootopia second, Batman v Superman third, Jungle Book fourth and Civil War coming in fifth.
[Source: Box Office Mojo]