Spider-Man: No Way Home is dominating the box office even as there still remains some uncertainty surrounding the pandemic’s current development. As mentioned in the previous coverage, the film managed to already pass $600M. Well, it continued its momentum into its Monday showing with the third-best fourth-day release, as it garnered $37.1M right behind Black Panther‘s $40.2M and Star Wars: The Force Awakens $40.1M. It is currently following a similar trajectory to both films and is showcasing some promising development, as highlighted by @GiteshPandya overview.
With its Tuesday release, the film has now managed to cross the $300M mark domestically by garnering $31.4M and has now passed $700M worldwide. It’s uncertain how far it’ll go at this point, but a billion box office seems like a certainty. At this rate, there’s a good chance that it may pass the mark by next week, as its trajectory is going towards a $500M by the end of its second weekend. Plus, as pointed out above, there’s the holiday weekend boost that’s on the horizon. So, we might be looking at a potential $1.5B run at least.
The only real competition the film has is the latest Matrix entry and Sing 2, but they don’t fully share the same core audience. At this rate, it is also performing incredibly well overseas, as it’s going to pass F9 and No Time To Die‘s international grosses (including China) to become the biggest international success since Frozen II.