Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to dominate the box office.
The superhero flick is on its way to passing $700 million domestically, after pulling in $8.3 million on Friday. Current estimates have it on track for a $30 million weekend in its fourth weekend. That’s only a 45% drop from the New Year’s box office. This will push the film to $650 million domestically, with the film expected to hit $666 million by Sunday. With the film continuing to hold, it seems likely the film will cross $700 million at the domestic box office in the next week or two — an incredibly impressive feat, even pre-pandemic.
$666 million is enough to push No Way Home past Titanic ($659.3 million), while also pushing it to the sixth-highest grossing movie. The only big new release this weekend, The 355, failed to serve as any competition for No Way Home. The Simon Kinberg film – which he co-wrote, directed and produced – only took in $4.3 million. That is well below the projected $20 million the studio was hoping for going into the weekend.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is in theaters now.