The film’s biggest release in years.
Spider-Man: There’s no way home broke records at the box office debut. The third installment of the Tom Holland Spidey film earned enough in its opening weekend to become the third-biggest domestic debut of all time. However, the film also made history at the global box office.
Based on The Hollywood Reporter, No Way Home grossed $253 million from the more than 4,000 U.S. theaters the film opened over the weekend. This gave the film its third-biggest debut in North America – behind only co Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame with $ 357 million and Avengers: Infinity War with $ 257 million. While hype and marketing hit red hot In the weeks leading up to the launch, there is still doubt about a theatrical release during the pandemic.
However, Sony’s CEO Tom Rothman told the Hollywood Reporter that Spider-Man’s success simply “reaffirms the unprecedented cultural impact that exclusive theatrical films can have when they’re produced and marketed.” with vision and determination”. No Way Home is the first film in more than two years since the outbreak of the pandemic to gross $100 million domestically. This is also the second Marvel movie after November’s Eternals to be released exclusively in theaters following the outbreak of Covid-19.
Globally, No Way Home is making history. The film has grossed over $334 million overseas excluding China, for a total of $587 million. That’s also enough to earn it the title of the third largest open company globally.
Reviews for the latest Spidey movie are generally positive for the movie’s sales a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes. Because the movie brings together some heroes from MCU As with the villains in previous Spider-Man films, it’s no surprise that web-slinger fans are eager to see the film on the big screen.
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