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.

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.

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.