Sony’s Spider-Man: NWH becomes the highest-grossing movie of all time. The movie surpassed the mark set by Spider-Man: Far From Home to reach $1.16bn after 14 days.
Despite the pandemic concerns and tight restrictions worldwide for Omicron spread, NWH grossed $21.3m on Tuesday. NWH became the third-fastest film to cross $516.4m after 12 days of its release from 4,336 North American locations.
Spider-Man: No Way Home ranks behind Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The movie vaulted past the likes of Avengers: Infinity War and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
NWH stars Tom Holland as the spider-man as he tries to balance his life after his identity as a superhero comes in front of the world. The cameo of Doctor Strange, who manages to undo the damage tears a hole in the universe, Peter Parker forcefully fights against several iconic villains from earlier Spider-Man films. The entire story will affect the whole Multiverse and Peter’s life.
The profit of the movie got contribution all over worldwide by $35.6m in Brazil, $30.9m in India, $30.1m in Russia, $23.2m in Germany, $21m in Italy, and $18.5m in Spain. Hong Kong has produced $14.1m, Taiwan $13.2m, Argentina $12m, and Malaysia $10.8m. The UK on $76.6m, Mexico on $57.9m, South Korea on $43.2m, France on $42.1m, and Australia on $35.9m.
China remains unset for Spider-Man: No Way Home, For the movie Far From Home China became a huge box office market since the pandemic. China still has bragging rights with the three highest-grossing films at the international box office this year. The movies like The Battle At Lake Changjin, Hi, Mom, and Detective Chinatown achieved approximately $903m, $822m, and $686m, respectively.
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