Even by non-pandemic standards, Spider-Man: No Way Home has broken all pandemic records and hits $1 billion in box office. It took in $206.5 million (approximately Rs. 1,549 crore) over the weekend to reach the billion-dollar mark. It took 12 days. Spider-Man: No Way Home is the third quickest, after Avengers: Endgame’s five days and Avengers: Infinity War’s eleven days. (Marvel is the ruler.) So far, it’s the only picture during the COVID-19 movie crisis to gross $1 billion (approximately Rs 7,882 crore). And one of the few without China’s support.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has made around Rs 223 crore ($29.7 million) since its December 16 release. Tom Holland’s third Spider-Man film is among the top 20 grossing films. (Endgame is #5.) Spider-Man: No Way Home is now Sony Pictures India’s biggest movie ever — and Sony Pictures’ second biggest globally, behind its direct predecessor, Spider-Man: Far From Home, which made $1.13 billion (approximately Rs. 8,483 crore) in 2019.
Spider-Man: No Way Home’s eighth-largest market. This weekend, the United States and Canada added $85.1 million (about Rs. 638 crore) to their combined $467.3 million revenue (roughly Rs. 3,507 crore). The new Spider-Man movie added $121.4 million (approximately Rs. 911 crore) from 61 markets, bringing the total to $587.1 million (roughly Rs. 4,406 crore). Britain ($68.9 million), Mexico ($52.8 million), South Korea ($41.1 million), France ($35.8 million), Brazil ($31.7), Australia ($31.4), India ($29.7 million), Russia ($28.5), Italy ($21.2), and Germany ($20 million) are the biggest.
No Way Home smashed the IMAX 2021 record
With $61.5 million (approximately Rs. 461 crore) so far, Spider-Man: No Way Home has smashed the IMAX 2021 record.
While The Matrix Resurrections has added $57.7 million (approximately Rs. 433 crore) in five days after its December 22 premiere in India, the US, and worldwide. This year’s total is $69.8 million (about Rs 523 crore), with $22.5 million (approximately Rs 168 crore) coming from North America and Canada, and $47.3 million (approximately Rs 355 crore) coming from all There is a lot of money to be made in Japan, Russia, France, and Mexico.