Spider-Man: No Way Home Is Now A Billion Dollar Movie. Spider-Man No Way Home has officially earned over $1 billion at the global box office and has come to the top-grossing film of 2021.
Tom Holland’s rearmost adventure as Spidey reached the emotional corner over the Christmas weekend by earning another $81.5 million domestically and $121.4 million internationally.
These figures-which brought the domestic aggregate of the film to $467.3 million and the transnational aggregate to $587.1 million-were enough to help it secure the third-loftiest Christmas Day gross, 10- day gross, and Super Hero film gross of all time.
Likewise, No Way Home has earned enough to come to the alternate-loftiest-grossing film of any time’s December.
Alongside seeing a drop of only 57 from its opening weekend gross of $253 million, No Way Home is also tracking ahead of Spider-Man Far From Home by 51 and Spider-Man Homecoming by 99 for”the same group of requests at current exchange rates.”
Spider-Man No Way Home is just the 49th film to cross $1 billion at the global box office and presently ranks at #38 just above 2019’s Aladdin and Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides.
According to Box Office Mojo, Sing 2 placed a distant second at the domestic weekend box office, bringing in $23.7 million and outperforming The Matrix Rejuvenescences’ $12 million. The fourth mainline Matrix film had the weakest domestic weekend box office opening of the ballot and fell behind The Matrix’s $27.7 million, The Matrix Reloaded’s $91.7 million, and The Matrix Revolutions’ $48.4 million.
It’s important to remember that The Matrix Rejuvenescence is also available on HBO Max at no redundant cost, while Spider-Man No Way Home and Sing 2 are presently only playing in theaters.
Rounding out the top five this vacation weekend are The King’s Man at $6.3 million and American Sacrifice at $6.2 million.
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