Spider-Man: No Way Home New Year's Box Office Gets Top $ US $ 15.4 Million

Spider-Man: No Way Home New Year’s Night Comes First At The Box Office. (Photo credit: AFP)

Spider-Man: No Way Home New Year’s Night Comes First At The Box Office. (Photo credit: AFP)

The hit new Spider-Man: No Way Home, North American box office hit hit the first billion dollar collection during the epidemic over the Christmas weekend. Now, on New Year’s Eve, the film grossed $ 15.4 million and topped the box office charts.

According to a report by Variety, its performance gave its distributor Sony Pictures a strong year, scoring commercially with Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The film’s runway success is good news for the exhibition industry, which is struggling to make a comeback even after the Kovid Theater’s landscape was lifted. Omiciron, a highly contagious disease that leads to record virus cases in the US, could be another setback for the business, but it has not diminished interest in Spydie’s adventures in the meta-versus yet. Look to add another $ 48 million to Spider-Man: No Way Home this weekend.

Universal’s and Illumination’s Singh continued to perform well over the holidays, raising $ 6.4 million to $ 76.4 million, a whopping $ 76.4 million. The family film is expected to earn $ 19.5 million over the weekend, according to the report.

Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third most popular solo hit by British actor Tom Holland, grossed $ 467.3 million in North America and $ 587 million internationally in 12 days, grossing over $ 1 billion. Reach the milestone amount.

American Underdog, a play about Kurt Warner’s chances of becoming a two-time NFL MVP, grossed $ 1.3 million and took third place, raising its domestic gross to just $ 12 million. Matrix Resurrections came in fifth with $ 1 million.

The No Way Home plot takes place directly from Far From Home in 2019, which saw Peter Parker publicly unravel the villain Mysterio.

Directed by Tom Holland, the film became the highest grossing Hollywood film of the year with $ 876.0 million worldwide. Last week, it surpassed MGM’s James Bond’s consecutive No Time to Die record of $ 774 million globally.

Meanwhile, the film has become the biggest opener of the year in India. The film, which hit theaters on December 16, surpassed Rohit Shetty’s Suryavanshi’s.

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