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rio two ver3 Box Office Report: The Captain Holds Off An Attack From Rio To Keep America #1!Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – $ 41.3 million ($ 159.0 million total)

1. Rio 2 – $ 39.0 million ($ 39.0 million total)

3. Oculus – $ 12.0 million ($ 12.0 million total)

4. Draft Day – $ 9.7 million ($ 9.7 million total)

5. Divergent – $ 7.5 million ($ 124.8 million total)

6. Noah – $ 7.4 million

Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – $ 96.2 million ($ 96.2 million total)

2. Noah – $ 17.0 million ($ 72.3 million total)

3. Divergent – $ 13.0 million ($ 114.0 million total)

4. God’s Not Dead – $ 7.7 million ($ 32.5 million total)

5. The Grand Budapest Hotel – $ 6.3 million ($ 33.3 million total)

6. Muppets Most Wanted – $ 6.2

The Movie News and Geek Stuff:

ringfigure Best of the Week: A Harry Potter Spin off, Plus: Captain America, Ninja Turtles and MoreJ.K. Rowling is writing a Harry Potter spin-off trilogy called Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them that takes place 70 years before the first books.

Toby Kebbell has been cast as Doctor Doom in the new Fantastic Four. The Pink Panther is getting reborn, again, as a live-action/animation hybrid. Johnny Knoxville will be doing a voice in the new… Continue reading Best of the Week: A 'Harry Potter' Spin-off, Plus: 'Captain America,' 'Ninja Turtles' and More

 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review: Is It the Best Marvel Movie Yet?Disney/Marvel

Depending on who you ask, the latest entry in Marvel’s growing cinematic universe, “Captain America: The Winter Solider,” is either “one of the best Marvel movies ever” or “the best Marvel movie ever.” And even though superhero sequels haven’t always had… Continue reading 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Review: Is It the Best Marvel Movie Yet?

CapSideImfe4.jpg Marvels Kevin Feige on His Favorite Captain America Scene, Future Sequels, Recasting Superheroes and MoreSometimes interviewing Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige can feel like an interrogation. “Tell us about which sequels you’re working on!”Just admit that Dr. Strange is your next movie!” In all fairness, though, Feige is always a total sport about the geek-heavy grilling sessions, and is more than happy to talk about how Marvel Studios has completely reinvented the movie-making game over the past few years… Continue reading Marvel's Kevin Feige on His Favorite 'Captain America' Scene, Future Sequels, Recasting Superheroes and More