Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to dominate the box office and is now the sixth highest-grossing film in the US of all time.
As reported by Comic Book, over the past weekend, the Spider-Man threequel grossed another $33 million domestically.
It has now generated a whopping $668 million at the US box office, surpassing the total haul of Titanic and Jurassic World.
Those two films generated $659 million and $652 million respectively.
That is a very impressive feat for No Way Home given the fact that it came out during a global pandemic.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is still in theatres right now and that’s just adding to its already impressive box office takings.
Spider-Man No Way Home continues to dominate the domestic and international box office
As well as breaking US box office records, the film is still doing incredible business internationally.
At the time of writing, the film has grossed $1.53 billion worldwide.
What an amazing achievement for a pandemic era movie release!
It now stands as the eighth highest-grossing film at the global box office.
The film still has a lot of momentum, and will surely be aiming for that $2billion dollar worldwide haul.
Could it get there? With little in the way of competition, we see no reason why it can’t.
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Will No Way Home cross the $2billion mark at the box office?
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