May 6, 2016 – Many had been waiting for the battle among the superbly powerful Marvel Studio stars. Bound to be seen in more than four thousand theatres this weekend, “Captain America: Civil War” is set to break another record with its blockbuster style.
The most talked about fight between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) has brought an estimated amount of $75.3 upon the opening day on Friday. A number of analysts in the industry have given their forecast on the income that will be generated by the movie which may reach to $185 million. Latest predictions have reached to $200 with the opening of more theaters in North America. Other have fixated a projection of $215 million that might earn the movie the title of “The Second Biggest Opening in Box Office History” overtaking Jurassic World’s debut last summer.
This rate of expectation has grown so high because of the new story plot offered by the film, not to mention the wild audience that Captain America and Iron Man have. Moreover, not only that these two are bound to fight each other and showcase their emotional sides, the presence of additional characters – Black Panther and Agent 13 – aside from the Avengers has gained the interest of the public.