‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ grosses $1.5 billion worldwide

“Spider-Man: No Way Home,” from Sony/Marvel Studios, easily won its  fourth weekend at the box office, grossing $33 million to raise its  domestic total to $669 million.

This puts Sony’s highest-grossing film on the verge of passing  “Avengers: Infinity War” for the No. 5 slot on the all-time domestic box  office lists.

Despite not having a China release, the picture has already entered the top ten all-time list with a global total of $1.53 billion,  passing “Furious 7” and “The Avengers” to grab the No. 8 slot. With  $1.66 billion, the 2019 version of “The Lion King” takes No. 7 place.

If “No Way Home” holds the top spot for another weekend — which it is  expected to do against Paramount’s “Scream” — it will join “Avatar” and  “Black Panther” as the only films to do so since the turn of the  century.

In 2009, “Black Panther” topped the box office for five weekends,  grossing $700 million worldwide, while “Avatar” topped the box office  for seven weekends, becoming the highest-grossing picture of all time.

On a more positive note for Universal, despite the Omicron version  spike, “Sing 2” has maintained its great showing, placing second on the  charts above “The 355” with $11.3 million in its third weekend and a  domestic total of $109 million.

The Illumination sequel is the first animated picture to reach 100 million worldwide since the pandemic began.

On a more positive note for Universal, despite the Omicron variant  surge, “Sing 2” has maintained its great showing, coming second on the  charts above “The 355” with $11.3 million in its third weekend and a  domestic total of $109 million.

The Illumination sequel is the first animated picture to reach 100 million worldwide since the pandemic began.