Global box office for Spider-Man: No Way Home to hit $1 billion tomorrow

The worldwide box office for Spider-Man: No Way Home will surpass $1 billion tomorrow. Last weekend, the much-anticipated Phase 4 entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally opened to critical praise.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is a 20th-anniversary celebration of the web-big-screen slinger’s adventures, with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker battling villains from previous Spider-Man films.

Despite concerns that the sequel would be overly crowded, Spider-Man: No Way Home received positive reviews and revealed plenty of mysteries, driving the film to a big opening weekend.

$1 billion tomorrow

Experts predicted that once the MCU film was out, it would dominate theatres all around the world, and they were correct. Spider-Man: No Way Home surpassed Avengers: Infinity War for the second-largest opening weekend of all time. The film hasn’t slowed down after then, quickly climbing the box office charts for the entire year of 2021.

Within days, it had topped the combined totals of Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and Eternals. The extraordinary performance put Spider-Man: No Way Home within striking range of the $1 billion mark, which hasn’t been achieved since before the COVID-19 pandemic began.

After a week in theatres around the world, Sony officially announced updated box office totals for Spider-Man: No Way Home. On Thursday, the film grossed another $29.3 million in the United States, increasing its seven-day total to $385.8 million, and another $32.2 million elsewhere, bringing its worldwide total to $490.2 million.

Sony reports that Spider-Man: No Way Home will surpass the $1 billion mark on Christmas Day, with a total box office take of $876.0 million as of Christmas Eve. With 11 days, the picture becomes the second-fastest to earn $1 billion, behind only Avengers: Endgame (five days).

In light of the situation of movie theatres, Spider-Man: No Way Home’s box office success is quite amazing. It’s the first movie to actually outperform pre-pandemic films, and it’s set to outperform all other major Hollywood blockbusters when it hits theatres. By the conclusion of Christmas Eve, Spider-Man: No Way Home is expected to have surpassed the Chinese picture The Battle at Lake Changjin ($902 million) as the highest-grossing film of 2021 worldwide. The success of Spider-Man: No Way Home is all the more impressive given that it has yet to be released in China.

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