Box Office Report: ‘Ant-Man’ Falls to Third Place

Marvel’s Ant-Man pulled in $3,625,000 on 3,332 screens Friday, good for third place. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation dominated the box office with $20,400,000 on 3,956 screens. Vacation a distant second at $4,500,000 on 3,411 screens.

Ant-Man has collected $123,154,000 at the box office in 15 days and still sits in the Marvel Cinematic Universe box office cellar.

[table caption=”Marvel Films” colwidth=”20|200|50|50|50″ colalign=”left|left|right|right|right”]
Rank,Film,Year,Opening Weekend,Gross
1,The Avengers,2012,$207.4M,$623.4M
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
9,Thor, 2011,$65.7M,$181M
10, Captain America: First Avenger, 2011,$65M,$176.6M
11,The Incredible Hulk, 2008,$55.4M, $134.5M
12,Ant-Man, 2015,$58M,$123.1M

Matthew Sardo
Matthew Sardo
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