‘The Jungle Book’ Nears $200M Domestic Mark After Leading Monday with $4.15M

Disney’s The Jungle Book took in $4.15 million on Monday to lead the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day.  The blockbuster 3D live-action computer animated hybrid directed by Jon Favreau was down 77 percent from Sunday and down 41 percent from last Monday.  The Jungle Book has grossed a stronger than expected $196.36 million in eleven days and is set to surpass the $200 million domestic mark today.  The film is currently running 34 percent ahead of the $146.96 million eleven-day gross of 2013’s Oz: The Great and Powerful and just 9 percent behind the $215.39 million eleven-day take of 2010’s Alice in Wonderland.

Overseas, The Jungle Book took in an estimated $10.6 million on Monday.  That brings the film’s overseas total to $351.9 million and the film’s global cume to a massive $548.2 million.  Key overseas total for the film to date include $101.9 million in China, $31.8 million in the United Kingdom, $30.1 million in India, $17.8 million in Russia, $16.2 million in Australia, $16.0 million in Mexico and $15.5 million in France.

The Huntsman: Winter’s War placed in a distant second for the day with $1.26 million.  Universal’s follow-up to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman was down 72.5 percent from Sunday’s performance.  Yesterday’s percentage hold is an early sign that suggests that The Huntsman will be front-loaded going forward.  The Huntsman: Winter’s War has grossed $20.71 million in four days.  That is below the film’s already scaled back expectations and places the film 42.5 percent behind the $36.03 million four-day start of 2012’s Wrath of the Titans.

Barbershop: The Next Cut placed in third with $0.751 million.  The Ice Cube led comedy sequel from Warner Bros., New Line and MGM was down 72 percent from Sunday and down 45 percent from last Monday.  Barbershop: The Next Cut continues to perform in line with expectations with an eleven-day gross of $36.47 million.  Without taking into account ticket price inflation, the film is running 19 percent behind the $44.97 million eleven-day take of 2004’s Barbershop 2: Back in Business.

Daily box office grosses for Monday, April 25, 2016 (as compiled by Jonathan Papish):

Wide (1000+)

# Title Gross  % Locations Average Total Week Distributor
1 The Jungle Book (2016) $4,145,387 -77% 4,028 0 $1,029 $196,358,634 2 Disney
2 The Huntsman: Winter’s War $1,261,325 -73% 3,791 $333 $20,706,360 1 Universal
3 Barbershop: The Next Cut $751,456 -72% 2,676 15 $281 $36,471,202 2 Warner Bros. / New Line
4 The Boss $488,725 -67% 3,375 -120 $145 $50,145,135 3 Universal
5 Zootopia $462,158 -73% 2,798 -411 $165 $316,866,309 8 Disney
6 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice $434,870 -72% 3,066 -439 $142 $319,918,506 5 Warner Bros.
7 Criminal (2016) $289,344 -65% 2,683 0 $108 $11,170,607 2 Lionsgate / Summit
8 My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 $174,380 -65% 1,749 -548 $100 $55,545,145 5 Universal
9 Miracles from Heaven $88,041 -69% 1,264 -818 $70 $58,847,344 6 Sony / Columbia

Limited (100 — 999)

# Title Gross % Locations Average Total Week Distributor
1 Compadres $92,988 -81% 368 $253 $1,490,422 1 Lionsgate / Pantelion
2 Deadpool $66,974 -58% 594 -197 $113 $361,199,435 11 Fox
3 Everybody Wants Some!! $63,647 -59% 454 320 $140 $2,409,584 4 Paramount
4 10 Cloverfield Lane $55,583 -55% 595 -490 $93 $70,783,647 7 Paramount
5 The Divergent Series: Allegiant $47,089 -67% 852 -632 $55 $65,085,858 6 Lionsgate / Summit
6 Hardcore Henry $33,244 -56% 519 -2496 $64 $9,047,568 3 STX Entertainment
7 Meet the Blacks $20,526 -60% 282 -302 $73 $8,760,818 4 Freestyle Releasing
8 Kung Fu Panda 3 $18,922 -76% 273 -20 $69 $141,673,631 13 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
9 London Has Fallen $17,376 -62% 275 -161 $63 $61,732,442 8 Focus / Gramercy
10 Midnight Special $14,110 -58% 174 -347 $81 $3,464,565 6 Warner Bros.
11 The Revenant (2015) $11,753 -61% 170 -52 $69 $183,428,029 18 Fox
12 Gods of Egypt $8,228 -68% 152 -11 $54 $31,006,940 9 Lionsgate / Summit
13 Whiskey Tango Foxtrot $6,473 -63% 154 -69 $42 $23,056,048 8 Paramount

Platform (1 — 99)

# Title Gross % Locations Average Total Week Distributor
1 Sing Street $10,551 -66% 25 20 $422 $219,950 2 Weinstein Company
2 Eddie the Eagle $4,267 -46% 73 -21 $58 $15,690,031 9 Fox
3 Spotlight $3,538 -46% 91 -12 $39 $44,871,441 25 Open Road
4 The Perfect Match $2,682 -63% 85 25 $32 $9,661,052 7 Lionsgate / Codeblack Films
5 The Hateful Eight $245 -49% 9 -14 $27 $54,116,436 18 Weinstein Company
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