Spider-Man: No Way Home Box Office Up To $1.54 Billion, Now 8th Biggest Movie Ever


Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to skyrocket on the box office charts, even as the ever-growing threat of the fast-spreading Omicron variant has driven nearly every new theatrical release. The new Spider-Man movie is now the eighth-highest-grossing film of all time, with a worldwide total of just under $1.54 billion (roughly Rs. 11,419 crore) last Sunday. Spider-Man: No Way Home topped four huge movies this weekend, including The Avengers, Furious 7, Frozen II, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. In the United States and Canada combined, the new Spider-Man movie is the sixth highest-grossing film of all time – now above Titanic and Jurassic World, with Avengers: Infinity War next.

In its fourth weekend of release, Spider-Man: No Way Home grossed an additional $97.4 million (approx. Rs. 722 crore) worldwide, including $33 million (approx. Rs. 244 crore) from the aforementioned North American markets and the remaining $64.4 million. (about Rs. 477 crore) collected from cinemas in 63 territories elsewhere. With that, the split between the two – out of that $1.54 billion total – comes to $668.8 million (about Rs 4,959 crore) in the US and Canada, and the rest to 867, $5 million (about Rs 6,433 crore) elsewhere in the world. . Amazingly, Spider-Man: No Way Home reached those heights without any help from China, where it still doesn’t have a release date.

Spider-Man: No Way Home – Our spoiler-free review

Meanwhile, with the new Spider-Man movie having spent a full three weeks in theaters, co-producers Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have decided to lift the lid on spoilers. The actors concerned can now stop lying. Yes, that means Spider-Man: No Way Home spoilers follow. Go your way if you haven’t seen the movie.

Andrew Garfield, who returned as Peter Parker/Spider-Man alongside Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland’s counterparts in the new Spider-Man movie, addressed the lie they made in the run up to release . Garfield said: “It was stressful, I’m not going to lie. It was kind of stressful but also weirdly enjoyable. Garfield explained that he framed it all like a game in his head and kept getting into it. the position of a Spider-Man fan.

“I put myself in this position of, Well, what would I like to know? Would I like to be played with? Would I like to be lied to? Would I like to be kept on my toes guessing? Would I want to discover it by going to the theater? Would I like to guess, guess, guess? [Yes,] I wish the actor would do an incredibly good job of convincing me he wasn’t in it. And then I would like to lose my head at the theater when my instinct proves right. That’s what I would want,” Garfield added.

And to see Spider-Man lose his mind, as Garfield described him, the No Way Home actor snuck into day one screenings to see how they would react. Garfield said, “I still can’t believe this happened. I snuck into a theater on opening night and just watched in my baseball cap and mask. Actually, I was with Tobey too. Tobey and I snuck into a theater together and no one knew we were there. It was just a very beautiful thing to share together.


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