'Captain Marvel' soars to rarefied heights in N. American opening

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Goose repeatedly tries to cough up a hairball to no avail and ultimately, she spits out the Tesseract, that cosmic cube that contains one of the six Infinity Stones, which it had "eaten" towards the end of Captain Marvel to keep it safe from the Kree.

"Captain Marvel" passed the 1-million-viewer mark on the third day on Friday, and then drew 1 million viewers each day on the weekend, surpassing 3 million viewers on Sunday.

In our review of the Marvel superhero film, Dishya Sharma writes, "Brie Larson was born to be Captain Marvel".

Marvel Studios'Captain Marvel went higher, further, faster at the global box office with an estimated $455 million, which is the sixth-highest global debut of all time, the second-biggest ever for a superhero film behind only Avengers: Infinity War, and the biggest ever for March. Disney capitalised on the box-office low with its big Marvel Studios release starring Brie Larson, who will also have a major role to play in the upcoming "Avengers: Endgame" on over 4,300 screens.

If you haven't had the opportunity to see Captain Marvel yet, what are you doing?

She told Collider: "If you want to just enjoy it, you totally can, but there a lot of aspects to it that I think are worth talking with your friends and family about". The "biggest" new movie opening is the animated WONDER PARK, but with a couple of bigger animated movies still hanging around the top five, I don't see WONDER PARK having much success. Worldwide grosses were especially strong, led by $89.3 million in China, where "Captain Marvel" trailed only "Captain America: Civil War" and "Avengers: Infinity War" among Marvel releases.

"How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World", $14.7 million ($21.7 million international).

Peter Farrelly's Green Book is enjoying a second life after winning three Oscars, advancing to $11.8 million after snaring $805,000 in its seventh outing for eOne.

The 21st installment of Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe propelled total domestic moviegoing to $210 million - almost $70 million above the same frame past year.

"Alita: Battle Angel", $11.6 million.

"The Wandering Earth, $5.2 million".

"Ralph Breaks the Internet", $2.8 million.

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