Spider-Man: No Way Home, starring Tom Holland, premiered worldwide this weekend and is the only thing anyone can talk about at the box office despite its incredible opening amidst epidemics. Released in India on December 16, the film became the biggest opening film of the year with a gross box office collection of Rs 138.55 crore, India Today reported.
Despite strict code restrictions and protocols in theaters, the film managed to gross over Rs 100 crore within four days of its release. The movie is the third installment in the Marvel’s Spider-Man series, behind the record-breaking box office opener Avengers: End Game. The Hindi, Tamil and Telugu translations are most followed by the English version. For the first time since the release of End Game, the film recorded 100% occupancy on its first day on 11 IMAX screens set up in India for a movie.
Globally, the film grossed $ 253 million in its first weekend in the USA alone. According to Variety, Sony and Marvel spent $ 200 million to produce the film and $ 100 million to market it globally. John Watts-directed Best Performance in Western Europe, and especially in the United Kingdom. The film also became the fourth-largest debut film on the market, grossing $ 41.4 million. France, Italy, Germany and Spain also had good openings. Russia leads Western Europe with $ 17.4 million.
Spider-Man No Way Home is a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home. The film also stars Sendaya and Benedict Cumberbatch, who appear as Doctor Strange. In the new movie, with Spiderman’s identity now revealed, Peter asks Dr. Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, dangerous enemies from other worlds begin to appear, prompting Peter to discover what the true meaning of Spider-Man is.
It stars Alfred Molina, who played Doc Oak in Spider-Man 2, Willem Dafoe, Jamie Foxx, Green Goblin in the 2002 Spider-Man trilogy, and The Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.