No Way Home’s global ticket sales are expected to top $1 billion by tomorrow. Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe officially premiered to great acclaim last weekend.
To commemorate Spider-20th Man’s anniversary, Tom Holland reprises his role as Peter Parker as he faces off against adversaries from his previous flicks in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
As a result of rave reviews and lots of plot twists and turns, Spider-Man: No Way Home opened to strong box office numbers despite initial reservations.
When the MCU film was released, experts expected that it would take over the world’s cinemas. The opening weekend of Spider-Man: No Way Home eclipsed that of Avengers: Infinity War, becoming the second-largest ever. After then, the movie didn’t slow down, and it continued to climb the box office rankings into 2021.
This film quickly overtook Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, as well as Eternals in terms of box office gross. Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, Spider-Man: No Way Home hasn’t come close to the $1 billion threshold, which hasn’t happened since before the outbreak.
Spider-Man: No Way Home’s worldwide box office totals have been updated after a week of release. Adding additional $29.3 million in the United States to its seven-day total of $385.8 million, the picture has now made a total of $499.2 million throughout the globe.
On Christmas Day, Sony predicts that Spider-Man: No Way Home will reach $1 billion in ticket sales, with a total box office gross of $876.0 million. Second only to Avengers: Endgame, this film has earned $1 billion in its first 11 days of release (five days).
While movie theatres are struggling, the popularity of Spider-Man: No Way Home is remarkable. Upon its release, it is expected to beat all previous big Hollywood blockbusters, since it is the first film to surpass pre-pandemic performances. Spider-Man: No Way Home is likely to overtake The Battle at Lake Changjin as the highest-grossing film of 2021 globally by the end of Christmas Eve. Given that it has yet to be published in China, Spider-Man: No Way Home’s success is all the more astounding.