‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Rules Box Office Again on the 7th Weekend

Spider-Man: There’s no way home“As a box office hitter, it’s impossible not to catch.

Comics Adventures, starring Tom Holland, Marvel’s favorite web-slinger curator, hits theaters in December and runs every weekend except one The film is at the top of the box office in the country. This weekend is no exception. Now in its seventh weekend release, “No Way Home” has once again secured the No. 1 spot among film holders, including “Screaming‘ and ‘Sing 2,’ ended a particularly quiet January when it comes to movies.

Over the weekend, Sony’s superhero sequel grossed $11 million from 3,675 theaters in North America, down 17% from its previous debut. That ticket sales took Spidey’s latest hit $735 million at the box office, maintaining its position as the fourth-highest-grossing domestic release in history.

Right now, “No Way Home” has grossed just $25 million compared with “Avatar” ($760 million) as the third-biggest movie ever (not adjusted for inflation). For any other movie release during the pandemic, raising an additional $25 million in ticket sales would be a high – if not insurmountable – hurdle since the film is already available in theaters. cinema for almost two months. At one point, it seems impossible that “Spider-Man” would be able to hit those particular box office peaks. But, as previous weeks have demonstrated, “No Way Home” is no ordinary movie. It has the kind of legs that most spiders would kill. In other words, James Cameron’s groundbreaking 2009 sci-fi epic may soon be colliding with copper. But don’t worry, Na’vi Nation. “Avatar” will be easy to maintain all the time global box office title with $2.802 billion.

“As the movie continues to dominate and set multiple box office records, it’s safe to say ‘No Way Home’ still has another milestone to hit – and that’s surpassing the total at the North American box office. ‘Avatar’ to become the third-highest-grossing film of all time,” predicted Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore.

To take the No. 1 and 2 spots in North America, “Avengers: Endgame” ($858 million) and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ($936 million), didn’t require a miracle. But, hey, third place isn’t too bad considering state of the world.

At the international box office, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” became one of the films selected to pass the $1 billion mark. Even more impressive, it passed that milestone without screening in China, the world’s largest film market. With $1.74 billion globally, “No Way Home” ranks as the sixth highest-grossing film of all time at the worldwide box office.

Without any new nationwide release, “Scream” once again took second place on the domestic box office charts. Paramount Pictures’ Killer”request“Brought in $7.3 million from 3,518 locations Friday through Sunday, marking a 40% drop from last weekend. It brought the North American cume to $62.1 million, a pretty big number since “Scream” only cost $25 million to produce.

Universal’s “Sing 2” landed in third place with $4.8 million from 3,450 theaters. The musical animated sequel, which comes out over Christmas, has grossed an impressive $134.5 million to date, becoming the highest-grossing animated film of the pandemic era.

Another Universal release, the faith-based romance “Redeeming Love,” took fourth place with $1.85 million from 1,963 theaters. Ticket sales were down 48% from opening, bringing the total number of tickets to $6.5 million. Universal just distributed this movie, so at least it didn’t pay the production fee.

Disney and 20th Century’s “The King’s Man” broke into the top five, grossing $1.8 million from 2,440 theaters over the weekend. After six weekends in theaters, the prequel to the action comedy series “Kingsman” has grossed $34 million in North America and $114.4 million globally.

After a month without many new releases, cinema operators are hoping non-comic theatrical ilk movies can sell their tickets in the coming weeks. Scheduled movies include Lionsgate’s disaster film “Moonfall” and Paramount prank comedy “Jackass Forever” on February 4, Disney and 20th Century whodunit “Death on the Nile” on February 11, and the video game moving Sony’s “Uncharted” release on February 18. The next superhero to save time won’t come until Robert Pattinson’s “The Batman,” from Warner Bros. Pictures, in theaters March 4. Bat-Signal, pretend you’ve been activated.

https://variety.com/2022/film/box-office/spiderman-no-way-home-box-office-streak-1235167103/ ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Rules Box Office Again on the 7th Weekend

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