Three new wide releases in sci-fi thriller ‘Captive State’, rom-com ‘Five Feet Apart’, and animated-adventure ‘Wonder Park’ look to disrupt the Box Office this weekend, but it’s ‘Captain Marvel’ that reigns supreme with a near-$70m gross.

Fresh off its hefty $153m opening comes the sophomore weekend of the newest MCU release, which looks to nail down a running domestic total close to $270m by Sunday night. Such a gross puts it $10m clear of ‘The Winter Soldier’ as the 13th biggest film in the cinematic universe after just 10 days, with eyes firmly set on taking ‘Iron Man 3’s 5th place by the end of its run.

It’s definitely on the right track. ‘Captain Marvel’s 55% 2nd weekend drop betters ‘Iron Man 3’s 58.4%, and the film currently tracks just $15m behind ‘Iron Man 3’s pace at the same time in its run, rapidly gaining ground with each day.

Iron Man 3’, of course, went onto finish on $409m in the U.S. after a $174.1m start, while ’Captain Marvel’ could potentially end on an agonizingly-close total itself. The film also stays $50m ahead of other female-fronted films like ‘Wonder Woman’ ($412m finish) at the same point in its run, and remains on track with 2012’sThe Hunger Games’ ($408m). Internationally, another potential $150m by Sunday night will have the film closing in on $800m globally. ‘Aquaman’ may yet have company in the $1bn club.

This leaves the new releases in ‘Captain Marvel’s dust, the biggest of which comes from Paramount in the form of a $100m production with Nickelodeon. ‘Wonder Park’, directed by Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, and Kendra Halland, won’t be collecting many tickets at its grand opening, but rather falling by the wayside with a $13m start (‘Sherlock Gnomes’, anyone?). Who thought spending 9-figures on a purely original animation from a non-Disney, non-Illumination studio, right after ‘Captain Marvel’s opening weekend, was a good idea?

The hope was, it seems, for its A-list cast (that includes Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, Kenan Thompson, Mila Kunis, Ken Jeong, and John Oliver) to pull the audience away from the competition. ‘Captain Marvel’s release a week ago however renders this useless, leaving a gaping hole in the balance sheets of both studios. Whether an intentional dump or just a case of poor planning, ‘Wonder Park’ is beginning to look a lot more like a blunder.

Lagging behind is Focus Features’ ‘Captive State’, their 2nd release in a matter of weeks after their horror ‘Greta’ opened to $4.5m in early March. Things are a little different for ‘Captive State’ with its $25m budget more fitting for the sci-fi thriller, that stars John Goodman, Ashton Sanders, and Vera Farmiga. It even boasts director Rupert Wyatt, still a hot property after 2011’s ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’, which earned $481.8m worldwide.

No such grosses are instore this time around, although similarties have been made with one of John Goodman’s recent films ’10 Cloverfield Lane’, which opened to $24.7m back in March 2016. It too came in the second weekend of another big Disney hit ‘Zootpia’, but that lack of audience crossover won’t be replicated on this occasion, and coupled with ‘Captive State’ only releasing in just 2,500 cinemas means a $6m opening is most likely.

This leaves the new releases in ‘Captain Marvel’s dust, the biggest of which comes from Paramount in the form of a $100m production with Nickelodeon. ‘Wonder Park’,produced by Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, and Kendra Halland, won’t be collecting many tickets at its grand opening, but rather falling by the wayside with a $13m start (‘Sherlock Gnomes’, anyone?). Who thought spending 9-figures on a purely original animation from a non-Disney, non-Illumination studio, right after ‘Captain Marvel’s opening weekend, was a good idea?