Captain America: Civil War continues to dominate the U.S. box office as it holds onto the number one spot with a $72.5 million haul.

Captain America: Civil War

Captain America: Civil War

The film, which has been a critical hit as well as a commercial smash, makes it two weeks at the top of the U.S. box office and faced no challenge from the films below it.

Civil War continues to rake in the cash at the global box office and has now taken over $940 million. It has become the second highest grossing film behind Zootropolis - which has taken $969.8 million.

It won't be long until Civil War takes over from the Disney animation film and also surpass the $1 billion barrier; it would be the first Captain America film to do that, joining Avengers Assemble, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Iron Man 3.

The Jungle Book was the second of three none-movers on the chart this week as it stayed put at number two.

The movie, which is another critical and box office hit, took a further $17.7 million in the U.S. over the weekend. It has now taken $868.8 million worldwide and is the fourth highest-grossing film of the year.

Money Monster was this week's highest new entry as it opened at number three. The movie marks the return of Jodie Foster to the director's chair while George Clooney reunites with Julia Roberts.

The Darkness was the second and final new entry as it opened at number four. Mother's Day was the first mover on the chart as the Garry Marshall film opened at number five, two places down from last week's number three.

Zootropolis was the other none-mover on the chart this week as the Disney film stayed put at number six. It is now only a matter of time before it loses its 'highest grossing film of 2016' crown to Civil War.

The Huntsman: Winter's War was down three places from four to seven while Keanu was also a three place faller at number eight.

Barbershop: The Next Cut and The Boss were down two places as they ended the weekend at nine and ten.

  1. (-) Captain America: Civil War - $72,563,000
  2. (2) The Jungle Book (2016) - $17, 764,000
  3. (-) Money Monster - $15,000,000
  4. (-) The Darkness - $5,180,000
  5. (3) Mother's Day - $3,259,000
  6. (6) Zootropolis - $2,816,000
  7. (4) The Huntsman: Winter's War - $2,580,000
  8. (5) Keanu - $1,900,000
  9. (7) Barbershop: The Next Cut - $1,675,000
  10. (8) The Boss - $1,180,000

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