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  1. Russia Box Office: 'Captain America' Roars to Top Spot With $9.1M

    4:24 am 5/9/2016

    The movie outdid the local blockbuster 'Crew,' which stayed at the top for two consecutive weekends.Read more

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  2. U.K. Box Office: 'Captain America: Civil War' Climbs to Early $28M

    7:10 am 5/3/2016

    In a one-two win for Disney, 'The Jungle Book' easily secured a second-place finish.Read more

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  3. Russia Box Office: 'Crew' Stays No. 1 With $14M

    5:28 am 5/2/2016

    The Russian plane crash movie is a remake of Alexander Mitta's 1979 film of the same name.Read more

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  4. German Box Office: Disney Rules With 'Captain America,' 'Jungle Book' and 'Zootopia'

    2:06 am 5/2/2016

    Tom Tykwer's 'A Hologram for the King,' starring Tom Hanks, opens to $516,000 to take the number 5 spot.Read more

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  5. Box Office Report: April 30-May 1

    7:38 pm 5/1/2016

    In its third weekend, 'The Jungle Book' continued to exceed expectations, grossing $42.4 million in North America.Read more

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  6. U.K. Box Office: 'The Jungle Book' Swings Past $30M

    4:42 am 4/26/2016

    Idris Elba-starring newcomer 'Bastille Day' opens at No. 3 behind 'Jungle Book' and drone drama 'Eye in the Sky.'Read more

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  7. Russia Box Office: 'Crew' Hits No. 1 in Debut With $7.3M

    1:00 pm 4/25/2016

    The year's most anticipated local title easily outperformed Hollywood competition.Read more

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  8. China Box Office: 'The Jungle Book' Clobbers 'The Huntsman'

    2:57 am 4/25/2016

    Jon Favreau's CGI-live action spectacular -- which is about to cross $100 million -- led an otherwise slow weekend.Read more

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  9. Alfonso Cuaron Working on Warner Bros.' 'Jungle Book'

    5:58 pm 4/20/2016

    Cuaron won an Oscar for directing 'Gravity' for the studio. Read more

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  10. Why Disney's Original 'Jungle Book' Is Germany's Biggest Film of All Time

    4:58 am 4/20/2016

    How a cadre of 1960s cabaret artists and musicians turned a very loose translation of Disney's 1967 classic into a bigger hit than 'Titanic,' 'Avatar' or 'Star Wars.'Read more

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