Russia Box Office: 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Roars to $6.3M

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The followup to 'Days of Future Past' became the biggest 'X-Men' opening ever.

X-Men: Apocalypse climbed to the top of the Russian box office this past weekend, becoming the biggest opening ever for an X-Men movie in the country.

Bryan Singer's fourth entry in the X-Men franchise grossed $6.3 million in its opening weekend.

Sony's The Angry Birds Movie slid to second place. The best-selling video game's adaptation took in $2.4 million in its second outing for a cume of $9.2 million.

The local plane-crash blockbuster Ekipazh (Crew) stayed at No. 3. The remake of Alexander Mitta's 1979 movie of the same title grossed $612,000 in its fifth frame for a cume of $22 million.

Captain America: Civil War fell to No.4. The Disney and Marvel superhero pic took in $590,000 in its third outing for a cume of $16 million.

The French comedy Un homme a la hauteur (Up for Love) slid to fifth place. The pic, directed by Laurent Tirard, grossed $138,000 in its second frame for a cume of $502,000.