Spider-Man: No Way Home on Track to Earn $1 Billion

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After exactly one week, the numbers keep getting more and more gargantuan for the biggest movie of the year, superhero sequel Spider-Man: No Way Home from Sony Pictures, Columbia Releasing, and Marvel Studios.

Through seven days, the film’s totals stand at:

  • $385.8M domestically. That’s the #3 seven-day total of all time, behind only Avengers: Endgame with $473.8M and Star Wars: The Force Awakens with $390.8M. It’s higher than #4 Avengers: Infinity War with $338.3M and #5 Star Wars: The Last Jedi with $296.6M. 
  • $490.2M overseas. Top markets to date include the U.K. with $61.4M, Mexico with $46.0M, France with $31.0M, South Korea with $29.9M, Brazil with $28.4M, Australia with $28.2M, India with $24.9M, Russia with $23.1M, Germany with $17.2M, Italy with $17.1M, and Spain with $14.2M. The film has not yet been released in China.
  • $876.0M globally. That’s already the top English-language title of the year, ahead of No Time to Die with $774.0M and F9 with $726.2M. Among all languages, it’s the #2 title of the year behind only China’s The Battle at Lake Changjin with $902.5M, which it appears almost certain to overtake on Friday.

Top international market cumes through Thursday:

United Kingdom

$61.4 million

Mexico

$46.0 million

France

$31.0 million

South Korea

$29.9 million

Brazil

$28.4 million

Australia

$28.2 million

India

$24.9 million

Russia

$23.1 million

Germany

$17.2 million

Italy

$17.1 million

Spain

$14.2 million

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