The smallest super-hero at Marvel Ant-Man, just beat out Pixels, Minions, Trainwreck and Southpaw to take the number one spot at the box office for the second week in a row with $24,765,000 on 3,868 screens.
Ant-Man today has bought in a domestic gross of $106,075,000 to date, with an additional $120,400,000 from the foreign market. By the end of next week Ant-Man should over take The Incredible Hulk‘s $134,806,913 but it might be tough to reach Captain America: The First Avenger‘s $176,654,505. Marvel usually leaves its films in the theater for 12-16 weeks. With a slim slate of films in August, Ant-Man could reach Thor‘s $181,030,624.
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2,Avengers: Age of Ultron, 2015, $191.2M,$456.6M
3,Iron Man 3, 2013, $174.1M, $409M
4,Iron Man 2, 2010, $128.1M, $312.4M
5,Iron Man, 2008, $98.6M, $318.4M
6,Captain America: Winter Soldier, 2014, $95M, $259.7M
7,Guardians of the Galaxy,2014,$94.3M,$318.4M
8,Thor: Dark World, 2013,$85.7M,$206.3M
10, Captain America: First Avenger, 2011,$65M,$176.6M
11,The Incredible Hulk, 2008,$55.4M, $134.5M
Scott Lang must leave his criminal past behind if he hopes to take down Darren Cross (Corey Stoll) and the unbridled power of the Yellowjacket suit! With the help of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), and the Ant-Man suit, Lang must embrace his inner hero to pull off a heist that could save the world.