Add one more item to the long list of “Spider-Man: No Homecoming” feats at the box office.
Over the weekend, Sony’s superhero adventure became the sixth-biggest film in history by grossing, with $1.69 billion at the global box office (without inflation adjustment).
It passed “Jurassic World” ($1.67 billion) and “The Lion King” ($1.66 billion) to reach that position.
Now in its sixth weekend since release, “Spider-Man: No Homecoming” has returned to the top spot in North America, taking in $14.1 million Friday-Sunday with a further $27.7 million. dollars in other countries.
The superhero epic, with Tom Holland as Marvel’s neighborhood web-shooter, opened in December and generated $721 million at the domestic box office and $970.1 million internationally.
Outside of the US, where No Return Home is the fourth-biggest film of all time at the box office, Spidey’s latest adventure has done well especially in the UK — Holland’s birthplace — with $116 million so far. .
Other territories in which he shone include Mexico, with $73.4 million, South Korea, with $60.6 million, and France, with $59.9 million.
It is notable that “No Return Home” managed to break records and exceed expectations without having been shown in China, which is the biggest movie market in the world.
Reference: CNN Brasil