Spider-Man Movie: crosses $1 billion worldwide in its second weekend


Spider-Man Movie: No Way Home crosses $1 billion worldwide in its second weekend: Tom Holland and Zendaya is now Sony's highest-grossing domestic film of all time

The movie has grossed $587 million in 61 overseas markets within 12 days of release.

The latest Spider-Man movie has crossed the global billion-dollar mark, adding $587.1 million to an already impressive GDP from 61 overseas markets in just 12 days of release.

Even with stiff competition from the new Matrix and Sing movies and growing concerns about the omicron variant.

The Sony and Marvel movie has now grossed $467 million from North American theaters, more than double the gross domestic product of the previous 2021 debut film, Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings.

The 148-minute film cost $200 million, according to Variety.

It's the first pandemic movie to cross the billion-dollar mark and is tied to Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the third fastest movie ever to do so - and that's without the benefit of being released in China.

Leah Greenblatt of Entertainment Weekly writes that the movie goes beyond just fan service.

The initial battle between Ock and Holland's Spider-Man proves that director John Watts is getting increasingly better at orchestrating these kinds of things. There's a fantastic chase through Escher-like cityscapes that mirror similar sequences in the first Doctor Strange movie, yet still, feel creative."

Sing 2's musical, lyrical animation features famous, high-profile talents, including Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon, Bono, and a soundtrack packed with hits.

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