Disney continued to dominate the box office this weekend, with Captain America: Civil War taking in $72.6 million in its second week; andThe Jungle Book coming in second place with $17.8 million, even after five weeks at the box office.

Captain America's strong showing made it one of the top ten second-week bests of all time, and helping the Marvel Cinematic Universe top $10 billion worldwide. The Jungle Book is still crushing, too, raking in another $15.2 million worldwide — and it hasn't even been released yet in Korea and Japan, according to Box Office Mojo.

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Money Monster, starring A-listers Julia Roberts and George Clooney, debuted with $15 million; slightly better than expectations, but still considered tame given the stars' Hollywood royalty status. The Darkness with Kevin Bacon came in fourth with $5.2 million — slightly over expectations but hardly a triumph; it's been dogged by bad reviews. Mother's Day rounded out the top five, with a $3.2 million haul.