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Captain America: Civil War, falls short on its opening day but manages to collect a hefty $ 14.9 Million on day one in 15 international markets .
Disney reported that that the new marvel movie is behind last year's biggest Wednesday opener for the marvel studio Avengers: Age of Ultron which collected a staggering $ 946 Million.
The movie opened in Europe and Asia and holds the number 1 spot in both the markets says the reports.
The leading country to contribute to this $ 14.9 Million comes from South Korea with a total of $ 4.3 Million, followed by France with $2.4 million, overtaking Taiwan by just 100K, Philippines comes in third at $ 1.5 million and Taiwan at $1.4 million. Hong Kong and Thailand have contributed $ 1.1 million each.
Arguably, Avengers: Age of Ultron has been the biggest opener for the Marvel Movies so far, the Korean Market saw an almost blanketed market by 91% of Captain America: Civil War. The Korean market has had the third-largest opening day of all time.
Similarly, The French, and the Philippines saw an increase in their opening day market shares but both fell short of Avengers: Age of Ultron by 16% and 4% behind respectively.
While only a few percentage of the people were lucky to watch it first, a large amount of close to 63% of the world wide opening is due on Sunday and on Thursday countries like Germany, Australia, Brazil, Austria, Denmark, Netherlands, Portugal, Malaysia, Singapore, Panama, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Colombia will be opening its doors for the New Marvel movie.
Based on the pre-release tracking estimates, experts estimate that the movie would collect a total of $ 200 million by the end of first five days in theaters.
Even with all this hype and anticipation, it is estimated the movie would come close to Avengers: age of Ultron but wouldn't surpass it, The Ultron movie stacked a whopping $212 million for its world wide opening weekend.
Captain America: Civil War is hitting the theaters on May 6th worldwide.