The new “Spider-Man” movie “No Way Home” grossed $ 253 million over the weekend, according to estimates released by Examiner Relations on Sunday. The film surpassed expectations with record numbers and breathed new life into the screen industry, which was greatly affected by the effects of the corona virus epidemic. The success of this film is significant, especially since Sony, the maker of the film, is the last of the traditional Hollywood studios to have no specialized platform for on-demand video.
The new part of the “Spider-Man” movie series, titled “No Way Home”, has received historic revenue, which has garnered strong support. To the film industry The business has relied heavily on boosting box office revenue after a significant decline due to the Govt-19 epidemic.
The new part of Spider-Man’s Adventures has been ranked third best Revenue The film, which grossed $ 253 million over the weekend, is in the early days of North American history, according to an estimate released by Examiner Relations on Sunday.
This amount exceeds the expectations of experts who count $ 150 million in revenue. According to the website Deadline, the new film has reached the best release for any work produced by Sony.
“Exciter Relations” predicts new blockbuster international revenue on track to reach $ 600 million.
Sony does not have its own video-on-demand operating system in traditional Hollywood studios, which makes the success of the new “Spider-Man” movie even more amazing.
Franchise Entertainment Research Specialist David A. “It was a fantastic start,” Cross said. While most big movie owners struggle to sustain their success, “Spider-Man flies,” Cross says.
With the exception of “Avengers: Endgame” ($ 357 million) and “Avengers: Infinity War” ($ 258 million), no film in box office history in the United States and Canada has released such revenue. Box Office Mojo “website.
British actor Tom Holland retains the role of the famous Spider-Man for the third time in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. The red and blue dress previously worn by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield broke records at the box office.
The original 2002 film “Spider-Man” was the first film in movie history to cross $ 100 million in its first weekend release.
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The previous episode, Far From Home, ended in 2019, the story continues with the identity of the real Spider-Man Peter Parker exposed by the evil mystery.
With the help of another Marvel character, Dr. Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, the student tries hard to recreate the mystery around him.
With this record income, Superhero has been the biggest hit of a movie since the release of the last movie in the “Star Wars” series in 2019, i.e. before the Covit-19 epidemic, after which no movie has crossed the $ 100 million mark. Immediate entry at its launch.
But despite the recovery of the movement of American theaters this year, even in the light of continued restrictions and closure measures (viewers count revenue recorded in 2021, twice as much as last year’s record), the sector is still far from making a comeback. Its normal movement, especially the eruption of the strain. Omigron “.
The new “Spider-Man” movie grossed more than any other movie at the box office this week.
Disney’s animated film “Incondo” to the music of Lin-Manuel Miranda took second place last weekend with $ 6.3 million, according to Examiner Relations.
Also, films aimed at older audiences, including the remake of Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” released in international theaters ten days ago, have generally failed miserably. The business, which ranked third this week, earned $ 3.4 million, and its total revenue did not exceed $ 18 million in two weeks.
In fourth place was “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”, a sequel to the popular 1980s film, which grossed $ 3.4 million. It was followed by Guillermo del Toro’s “Nightmare Alley” in fifth place with $ 3 million, and “House of Gucci” in sixth place with $ 1.9 million, despite positive reviews from critics.
The crash also affected the works of superheroes in the Marvel universe, the last of which grossed over a billion dollars. Faced with negative reviews from critics, “The Eternal” brought in just $ 70 million in its first week in theaters, a mediocre performance for the Disney subsidiary. Business revenue this week did not exceed $ 1.2 million.
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