5th Weekend Writethru, Sunday AM: Studios don’t enjoy playing into a Disney/Marvel movie, nor do they enjoy playing in the wake of one, and with Captain Marvel staying strong with a $69.3M second weekend, -55%, per Disney, most of the wide entries —Wonder Park, Captive State, and Five Feet Apart –are essentially counterprogramming or intended for those who’ve already seen the Brie Larson tentpole (specifically older males, young kids and teenage women). With that weekend result, Captain Marvel owns the second-best second frame in March after Beauty and the Beast’s run two years ago, which drew $90.4M, and ahead of 2010’s Alice in Wonderland ($62.7M). Friday’s results of $19M put Captain Marvel past $200M with a running total by EOD of $266.2M. That figures surpasses the lifetime U.S./Canada cumes of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($203M), Thor: Dark World ($206M), Venom ($214M), Ant-Man and The Wasp ($217M), Logan ($226M), Justice League ($229M), Doctor Strange ($233M), X-Men: Days of Future Past ($234M), X-Men: The Last Stand ($234M), Captain America: Winter Soldier ($260M) and The Amazing Spider-Man ($262M). As our film finance sources called it, Captain Marvel sits at $760M WW thro...