Wagner Moura’s “Civil War” Remains No. 1 Movie in America for Second Weekend

Wagner Moura is stilling winning the war at the U.S. box office…

The 47-year-old’s Brazilian actor, director and filmmaker’s latest film, Civil War, is No. 1 at the box office for a second week in a row, fending off three new releases to retain the top spot on North American charts.

Wagner Moura, Civil WarAlex Garland’s film, starring Moura and Kirsten Dunst as a journalist and photojournalist who traverse a violently divided United States, added $11.12 million in its second weekend of release.

It has earned $44.8 million in its two weeks on the big screen and already stands as one of A24’s top five highest-grossing movies of all time. With a $50 million price tag, it’s also the indie distributor’s most expensive film to date.

Wagner Moura, Civil WarThough it was a close race, Civil War charged ahead of a trio of newcomers — Universal’s vampire horror film Abigail, director Guy Ritchie’s The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare and Sony and Crunchyroll’s anime adventure Spy x Family Code: White.

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