CINEMA: Spider-Man: No Way Home should beat the local success of Avatar.

While many box office releas­es of the past two years have strug­gled to stay in the­aters for more than a few weeks before ship­ping to stream­ing plat­forms, Spi­der-Man: No Way Home has now been out for near­ly sev­en weeks and con­tin­ues to climb the list of great­est movies ever made. As it heads towards the end of its the­atri­cal run, Tom Hol­land’s Spi­der-Man tril­o­gy cul­mi­na­tion is cur­rent­ly just over $20 mil­lion from sur­pass­ing Avatar’s domes­tic box office of 760, $5 mil­lion to become the third high­est-gross­ing domes­tic box office ever. .

Over the past two weeks, Spi­der-Man has climbed the ranks, both domes­ti­cal­ly and inter­na­tion­al­ly, and after quick­ly over­tak­ing The Dark Knight – Warn­er Bros.’ high­est-gross­ing film. with $534.8 mil­lion — the Mar­vel block­buster now has Avatar’s domes­tic total in its sights. That would put the movie behind only Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens with $858.3 mil­lion and $936.6 mil­lion, respec­tive­ly. For a movie that was near­ly derailed by a short Sony-Mar­vel fall­out in 2019, it’s prob­a­bly the surest sign that no such split will be con­sid­ered in the future by either side. oth­er par­ties when it comes to their most lucra­tive Mar­vel asset.

Break­ing box office records is noth­ing new for Mar­vel, but even by their stan­dards, Spi­der-Man: No Way Home even exceed­ed the lofty expec­ta­tions placed on the film’s shoul­ders when it released in December.

As the first film of the pan­dem­ic to top $1 bil­lion, the film broke records on its first day of release and took in over $587 mil­lion in its open­ing week­end, a fig­ure that instant­ly made one of the top 5 Hol­ly­wood releas­es of the year. Cur­rent­ly, No Way Home is the world’s sixth high­est-gross­ing film of all time.

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