The top 9 movies at the US box office in 2019, so far
- "Captain Marvel" is dominating the box office, flying past $200 million domestic and $760 million worldwide over the weekend.
- Other movies topping the box office so far this year include "Glass" and "The Upside."
"Captain Marvel" continued its box-office dominance over the weekend, raking in another $69 million to bring its domestic total past $200 million. It's also inching closer to the coveted $1 billion mark worldwide, and has made $760 million globally so far.
While "Captain Marvel" is the first true blockbuster of the year and rebounded a sluggish 2019 box office, it's not the only movie to be popular with audiences.
"How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World" and M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" have grossed over $100 million.
The surprise hit of the year, though, is "The Upside," a remake of the French movie, "The Intouchables," starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart. The comedy has also grossed over $100 million and was made for $37.5 million.
It's still early, so box-office disappointments are still among the highest-grossing movies of the year. "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part" has grossed $101 million in the US since debuting over a month ago, while its predecessor had already made over double that in the same amount of time in 2014.
James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez's big-budget "Alita: Battle Angel" has made just $82 million in the US, but its worldwide box office has kept it from being a complete disaster. It's made $394 million worldwide and had a $170 million production budget.
Business Insider will keep a running list of the highest-grossing movies in the US as 2019 continues. All numbers are based on figures from Box Office Mojo, unless otherwise stated.
Below are the 9 highest-grossing movies at the US box office in 2019, so far: