MovieIt looks like a lot of fans have been waiting for Spider-Man: No way home. During its opening weekend, the superhero movie raised $587.2 million worldwide (€521.7 million). Only two films did it better. misc write that.
Spider-Man: No way home raised at least $587.2 million (€521.7 million) from around the world in its opening weekend. This made the film the third-best opening weekend ever, after Avengers: Endgame ($1.2 billion, around €1 billion) and Avengers: Infinity War ($640 million, about €568 million). Good numbers anyway, but they become even more impressive when you consider that “Spider-Man” can’t be seen yet in China, one of the world’s biggest sales markets. The other two films were shown in China over their opening weekend.
In the United States, the new “Spider-Man” grossed $253 million (€225 million), the third best debut ever. And this is already profitable, because the film studios Sony and Marvel have allocated $200 million (177 million euros) for production costs and at least $100 million (89 million euros) for marketing.
So Sony is very happy with the results. “Spider-Man: No way home this weekend, from around the world and despite many challenges, underscores the unparalleled cultural impact that exclusive cinematics can have when they are made with vision, determination, and on the market.” Tom Rothman, Chairman and CEO of Sony Motion Pictures Group, commented, “Everyone at Sony Pictures is so grateful for the incredible talent, both in front of and behind the camera, for producing such a landmark film. Thanks to their great work, everyone can enjoy the most powerful hero of 2021 – the friendly domestic Spider-Man this Christmas.”
We also have a strong interest in the new “Spider-Man”. With nearly 40,000 Belgian visitors on December 15, the print edition had the best opening day of 2021.
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