Another weekend, another accessible No. 1 at the box office for Columbia Pictures’ huge MCU smash, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which continues to run circles around its opposition in its seventh weekend of release.
Remains on top spot
The top five lineups remained untouched at what is shaping up to be a slow weekend at the box office. Spider-Man: No Way Home hung on to it after reclaiming the top place from the Scream reboot last weekend. The Sony superhero flick is predicted to gross $10.4 million over three days, a slight decrease of 26%.
No Way Home has now led the box office on six of the last seven weekends, putting it on track to surpass Avatar as the highest-grossing film of all time. With $734 million in its bank account, the film is in fourth position, just behind Avatar’s $760 million take, achieved almost a decade ago. Avengers: Endgame ($858 million) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936 million) are the two most successful films of all time, collider.com posted.
Billion-dollars in international box office
Spider-Man can perform all of the tasks that a spider can, and then some. To draw attention to the obvious.Spider-Man: No Way Home created even more epidemic period history this past weekend by becoming only the eleventh film ever to make a billion dollars at the international box office.
The pandemic was still raging, and the Omicron variant was peaking in critical international markets around the time No Way Home was released. Instead, it registered a global take of $1.003 billion just seven weeks after doors opened worldwide, a remarkable achievement at any time, let alone with the pandemic still raging. The Omicron variant peaked in critical international markets around the time No Way Home was released. Even more astounding is the fact that the Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire starring has surpassed this milestone without the help of China, where the picture has yet to be released.
It topped the charts in Australia ($1.5 million), Mexico ($925,000), New Zealand ($221,000), Portugal ($146,000), Slovakia ($287,000), South Korea ($1.2 million), Spain ($744,000), and the United Kingdom ($3.1 million) this past weekend.
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