Spider-Man: No Way Home finally made it to the cinemas and theaters with a bucketful of happy faces and high profits. The studio reportedly said that it exceeded their original estimated audience, garnering a total of $260 million at US and Canadian theaters.
The web-slinging action movie snagged the second spot of the all-time in domestic openings of Hollywood Films. Its cousins Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War were first and second place, respectively.
In addition to that massive success, ticket sales of “No Way Home” soared to $340.8 million, leading to a global total of $600.8 million, this surpasses Sony’s forecast of the movie ending in third place with $253 million and a worldwide total of $587.2 million.
Compared to its predecessors, Avengers: Endgame still holds the highest record of opening weekend in the United States and Canada, with its debut of $357 million back in 2019. Meanwhile, Avengers: Infinity War lost its second place to Spider-Man: No Way Home with a total of nearly $258 million in 2018.
Spider-Man: No way Home’s profits is considered the pandemic-best as cinemas and theaters try to recover from its extended closure. According to the data presented, No Way Home is a sign that superhero movies can still capture the audience’s interest.
Follow our friendly neighborhood hero, as for the first time in its cinematic history his identity has been revealed.
He then looks toward Doctor Strange for help but proves to be futile as his spell created a fissure, enabling villains from different Spider-man Universe to enter their world.
Watch as he struggled through murky waters trying to balance his superhero responsibilities with his ordinary life, which ended up putting everyone he loves at risk.
Spider-Man now faces choices he never thought he could make and challenges he may not be able to pass.