Spider-Man: No Way Home has proven to have quite impressive legs throughout its box office run. While all eyes are on the future entries of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, that hasn’t stopped Sony from continuing to enjoy the rollout of the film, which has now officially passed $1 billion in international markets. Now, the film stands at an impressive $1.74B worldwide and still has no real competition until the March release of The Batman.
After Scream briefly took over the weekend two weeks ago, Spidey passed it once again and now remains at the top spot from last week. Jon Watts‘ latest film is slowly nearing the $2B total box office without a release in China, which was supposedly signed off but has not been confirmed as of now. Its strongest market in the UK, where it becomes the best superhero title with $120.1M and also stands at a strong sixth spot.
That market is followed by Mexico ($74.4M), Korea ($61.5M), and France ($61.2M) as some of the strongest performers internationally. The film has become the highest-grossing film of its genre throughout 19 territories, which may be a testament to just how much staying power Spider-Man has as a franchise.