UPDATED: The superhero sequel -- on course to score the top April opening of all time domestically -- will finish the weekend with $270 million or more in global ticket sales; "Noah" is a distant No. 2, declining 60 percent or more in its second weekend.
"The Bible hasn’t gotten this much publicity in a very long time," says Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore, who adds that many religious leaders have embraced the biblical epic, but have been drowned out by a "vocal minority."Read more
UPDATED: In Russia, "Noah" scores the biggest opening of all time for a non-sequel, while "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" grosses a huge $75.2 million from its first 32 foreign markets; elsewhere, Arnold Schwarzenegger hits another career low with "Sabotage."Read more
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