Captain Marvel” has continued to dominate the global box office in its second weekend in theaters, leaving newcomers in the dust.

Walt Disney Studios on Sunday estimates that the intergalactic superhero has earned an additional $69.3 million from North American theaters and $120 million internationally, bringing its global grosses to $760 million.

In a very distant second, Paramount’s animated family film “Wonder Park” struggled with $16 million against a reported $100 million budget.

This image released by Paramount Animation shows June, voiced by Sofia Mali, in a scene from the animated film
This image released by Paramount Animation shows June, voiced by Sofia Mali, in a scene from the animated film “Wonder Park. (Paramount Animation via AP)

“Five Feet Apart” took third place. CBS Films and Lionsgate’s teen romance managed to nearly double its production budget with an estimated $13.2 million in ticket sales.

“How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” dropped to fourth place with around $9.3 million and Tyler Perry’s “A Madea Family Funeral” landed in fifth with $8.1 million.

This image released by Paramount Animation shows June, voiced by Sofia Mali, right, and her mom, voiced by Jennifer Garner, in a scene from the animated film
This image released by Paramount Animation shows June, voiced by Sofia Mali, right, and her mom, voiced by Jennifer Garner, in a scene from the animated film “Wonder Park. (Paramount Animation via AP)
This image released by Disney-Marvel Studios shows Jude Law, left, and Brie Larson in a scene from
This image released by Disney-Marvel Studios shows Jude Law, left, and Brie Larson in a scene from “Captain Marvel. (Chuck Zlotnick/Disney-Marvel Studios via AP)
This image released by Disney-Marvel Studios shows Samuel L. Jackson in a scene from
This image released by Disney-Marvel Studios shows Samuel L. Jackson in a scene from “Captain Marvel. (Disney-Marvel Studios via AP)
This image released by Paramount Animation shows Steve, voiced by John Oliver, left, and Greta, voiced by Mila Kunis, in a scene from the animated film
This image released by Paramount Animation shows Steve, voiced by John Oliver, left, and Greta, voiced by Mila Kunis, in a scene from the animated film “Wonder Park. (Paramount Animation via AP)

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