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Box Office: May 13-15, 2016

Captain America: Civil War was Number One at the box office over the weekend for the second week in a row with $72.5 Million for $295.8 Million so far. The Jungle Book was Second with $17.7 Million for $311.7 Million so far. Money Monster was premiered in Third Place with $15 Million. The Darkness was premiered in Fourth Place with $5 Million. Mother’s Day was Fifth with $3.2 Million. Zootopia, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Keanu, Barbershop: The Next Cut, and  The Boss rounded out the top ten respectively.

Money Monster is a 2016 American crime thriller drama film directed by Jodie Foster and written by Alan Di Fiore, Jim Kouf and Jamie Linden. The film stars George Clooney (who also co-produced) as Lee Gates, a TV personality who investigates conspiracies on commerce and Wall Street, who is then forcefully interrogated by Kyle Budwell (Jack O’Connell), a grief-stricken bankrupt viewer who lost his money after a previous tip; the film also stars Julia Roberts, Dominic West, Giancarlo Esposito and Caitriona Balfe.

The Darkness (formerly 6 Miranda Drive) is a 2016 American supernatural horror film directed by Greg McLean and co-written with Shayne Armstrong and Shane Krause. The film stars Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell, David Mazouz, Lucy Fry, Matt Walsh, Jennifer Morrison, Ming-Na Wen and Parker Mack.

The film is based on what are said to be actual events about a family who visits the Grand Canyon and bring home a supernatural force that feeds off their fears and takes over their lives.

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