Captain America: Civil War barely beat Finding Dory for the crown of top-grossing motion picture of the year.
Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War lead 2016 with a $1.15 billion pull in the cinema world, with Disney and Pixar’s Finding Dory arriving in a nearby second with $1.028 billion. A few other CBM’s discovered their way into the main 10 also, including Batman v Superman, Deadpool, and suicide Squad.
Captain America: Civil War additionally presented Black Panther and Spider-Man, who have standalone movies that will tissue out the MCU much further in the coming years.
1. Captain America Civil War – $1.15B
2. Finding Dory – $1.028B
3. Zootopia – $1.024B
4. The Jungle Book – $966.6M
5. The Secret Life of Pets – $875.5M
6. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – $873.3M
7. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – $801.9M
8. Deadpool – $783.1M
9. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – $777M
10. Suicide Squad – $745.6M
Disney was the greatest giver to the record-breaking year, taking in over $7 billion at the overall film industry because of titles like “Captain America: Civil War,” “Finding Dory,” and “Zootopia,” which all earned over $1 billion in overall profit.
Deadpool, insightfully named the best film of 2016 by Betty White, was illegally downloaded by thrifty pirates more than whatever other motion picture a year ago.