Captain America has obviously been around longer than DeadPool, but with weighing in at $8.9 million dollars I guess it’s fair to say it’s not a surprise. Totaling $215,100,000 in six days of the initial release and $765.8 million worldwide, but all doing so while competing with Age of Ultron, Iron Man 3, The Avengers, and Batman vs Superman still coming in as the 6th biggest six-day total behind the number one Star Wars: The Force Awakens at $363 million. From the first Captain America movie in 1979 to 2011 Captian America: The First Avenger, 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier and 2016 Captain America: Civil War, no to mention The Avengers, DeadPool needs to get his fans up.
This may be because Captain America: Civil Wars is way more “kid-friendly” than DeadPool is. Without the vulgar language and the sex scenes makes movies easier for pre-teens to get access to and see by htemselves without parent supervision. Rated PG-13 is or seems to be the easy way to make money in the Box Office nowadays. Either make a movie that children can see, or one that is older than dirt….that in my opinion will draw a larger crowd with a family rather than a couple. DeadPool is rated-R and Captain America is PG-13. I admit I was caught out there taking my sons and two of his friends to the movies having them cover their eyes which wasn’t fun at all…they thought it was hilarious. Worldwide mounting a $765.8 million over Century Fox’s DeadPool’s $762 million comic book and super hero movies are the wave of he future or always have been.