Spider-Man: No Way Home triumphed at the global box office despite growing concerns about the Omicron variant of Covid-19. Tom Holland’s latest film as Spider-Man earned US $ 587.2 million or around Rp. 8.4 trillion over the weekend. The third installment in the Homecoming series has not only hit box office benchmarks during the pandemic, it’s also set an all-time record.
As reported by Variety on Sunday (19/12), based on global weekend calculations, Spider-Man: No Way Home ranks third as the highest-grossing debut film in the world.
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Spider-Man: No Way Home is behind Avengers: Endgame (US$1.2 billion) and Avengers: Infinity War (US$640 million). For the record, the two films got that number when they also aired in China, which incidentally is the country with the largest box office market in the world. Meanwhile, Spider-Man: No Way Home has yet to get a release date in China.
In the US, Spider-Man: No Way Home raised $253 million over the weekend and made it the third-best debut ever. Internationally, the film earned $334.2 million from 60 overseas markets.
In Asia, Spider-Man: No Way Home recorded the biggest tally in South Korea ($23.7 million), followed by India ($18.2 million) and Hong Kong ($6.3 million).
Sony and Marvel Studios spent $200 million to produce the film. Then, at least another $100 million for global marketing.
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Take a look at this weekend’s historic Spider-Man: No Way Home from around the world and in the face of many challenges, reaffirms its unparalleled cultural impact,” said Tom Rothman, Chairman and CEO of Sony Motion Picture Group.
“All of us at Sony Pictures are incredibly grateful for the incredible talent both in front of and behind the camera who makes such an amazing film,” he said.
Spider-Man: No Way Home also gave Imax its best weekend since 2019. Global ticket sales of $36.2 million came from Imax screens.