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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Attains Second-Highest Box Office Achievement Ever


‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Attains Second-Highest Box Office Achievement Ever

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Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 situation, individuals are once again expressing hesitancy to be seated in a cinema hall in close proximity to others for an extended period. If audiences are to flock to cinemas, the movie being showcased must be an undeniable blockbuster, a must-watch feature film. It’s not surprising that the spotlight is on everyone’s beloved wall-crawler, Spider-Man.

The box office results for the opening weekend of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third installment in an MCU-driven trilogy centering around Peter Parker, more commonly identified as the spectacular Spider-Man, not only broke pandemic-era records but also set a notable milestone in cinema history. During its initial weekend in theaters, No Way Home raked in a domestic box office revenue exceeding $260 million. Surpassing Sony’s projections by approximately $7 million, this film has now claimed the position of the second-highest-grossing domestic box office performance in movie theater history, surpassing 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War. The record for the highest opening weekend revenue in history remains with Avengers: Endgame, amassing $357.1 million during its debut.

“At every juncture, this film continues to exceed expectations,” stated Shawn Robbins, the principal analyst at, in a conversation with CNBC. “It’s a remarkable accomplishment at any time, and particularly so during the pandemic.”

“Despite the existing concerns related to omicron, there is a clear path for strong performance throughout the holiday season unless any unforeseen circumstances arise,” Robbins elaborated. “The positive word of mouth is overwhelmingly positive. Movie enthusiasts are wholeheartedly embracing this cinematic extravaganza and the immersive theatrical encounter it delivers.”

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