MOVIE NEWS – In the wake of another epidemic, Sony/Marvel Spider-Man: There’s No Way Home grossed $33 million in its fourth weekend alone in the US, at 4,012 locations…
Here’s the latest proof that Spider-Man is immune to Omicron: it made more than the $30 million everyone expected yesterday. Its fourth weekend here also surpassed previous big Christmas Star Wars titles, including The Last Jedi ($23.7M), Rogue One ($22M) and Rise of Skywalker ($15.1M). Okay, it’s still behind the $42.3M gross of The Force Awakens.
Spider-Man: No Way Home took in $8.3M on Friday, bringing its total to $668.7M by the end of Saturday, making it the sixth highest-grossing film at the US box office, ahead of James Cameron’s Titanic ($659.3M)!
The Tom Holland-Zendaya-Benedict Cumberbatch team-up is about $10 million away from overtaking The Avengers: Infinity War ($678.8 million) as the fifth highest-grossing film ever. According to box office firm EntTelligence, the Jon Watts-directed MCU sequel has sold 54.4 million tickets in the US and Canada so far.
Worldwide, No Way Home stands at $1.53 billion, the eighth highest-grossing film of all time.