'Finding Dory' Overtakes 'Captain America: Civil War' as Top Earner of 2016 at the Domestic Box Office
Finding Dory has pocketed $408 million on domestic shores, surpassing Captain America: Civil War to claim top-grossing movie title of the year so far in the U.S.
Both Civil War and Zootopia, however, are comfortably in front of the fish flick worldwide, with Dory only earning slightly over $200 million overseas. Globally, it sits on just under $700 million, far below Civil War's haul of over $1 billion.
Earning $136 million on opening weekend, the film became the highest earning animated opening of all time. This year, Disney holds four of the top five highest earning films, with The Jungle Book rounding out the aforementioned three.