Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to perform well at the box office, now surpassing $1.53 billion worldwide after four weekends in theaters. No Way Home is Sony’s biggest movie of all time and it is now the 8th biggest movie of all time in the history of film.
In North America alone, No Way Home made another $33 million over the weekend, despite the growing number of COVID cases due to the Omicron variant. In total, No Way Home has now made $668.7 million domestically since it released in December, surpassing Titanic’s domestic results ($659.3 million). No Way Home is getting close to Avengers: Endgame’s $678.8 million domestic numbers. All of these numbers come from Deadline.
“For those movie theaters rolling in dough over popcorn money,Spider-Man is not an anomaly, but a reminder of Christmas pasts. Deep down, no matter if you’re blue or red state, everyone wants to get out and live their lives and manage safety in a Covid-19 environment,” Deadline reported.
Sony producer Amy Pascal recently said a new Spider-Man trilogy of films with Tom Holland could be in the works, but importantly, no deal has been made. Holland is planning to take a break from acting and focus on his family and other endeavors.
For more, check out GameSpot’s roundup of 25 Spider-Man: No Way Home Easter eggs and references from across the multiverse.
Top 10 Movies All Time Global Box Office
- Avatar — $2.847 billion
- Avengers: Endgame — $2.797 billion
- Titanic — $2.201 billion
- Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens — $2.069 billion
- Avengers Infinity War — $2.048 billion
- Jurassic World — $1.670 billion
- The Lion King — $1.662 billion
- Spider-Man: No Way Home — $1.536 billion
- The Avengers — $1.518 billion
- Furious 7 — $1.515 billion