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Spider-Man: No Way Home earns $1 billion at Christmas, breaks record amid epidemic in 11 days
New records were set by Columbia Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home with Marvel Studios. On Christmas Day, Saturday (12/25/2021), Spider-Man reportedly raked in 1 billion US dollars from around the world.
Launching from Forbes, Saturday night Indonesia time, with 406 million US dollars from the domestic region (North America) or 922 million US dollars from all over the world on Friday (12/24/2021), Tom Holland and his friends penetrated 1 billion dollars. on Christmas Day.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the highest-grossing film in the world this year, crushing The Battle at Lake Changjin, which earns the majority of money in China. The film by Jon Watts is also Sony Pictures’ highest achievement at the box office.
49th movie“This is the 49th film to cross $1 billion worldwide in unadjusted global grosses, but it’s the fifth film to do so without engaging the Chinese market,” Scott Mendelson wrote for Forbes.
Meanwhile, The Hollywood Reporter noted that Spider-Man: No Way Home posted $19.7 million on Christmas Eve for a total of $405 million.
beat Jumanji movie 2017This figure completes the previous record held by Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) with a coffers of 404.5 million US dollars. Now, 1 billion US dollars is in hand.
He became one of the fastest in the world in removing 1 billion US dollars from world cinema. Avengers: Endgame remains the fastest, in just five days, followed by Avengers: Infinity War (11 days).
Eleventh DayStill according to The Hollywood Reporter, Sunday (12/26/2021) Indonesian time, Christmas Day yesterday was the 11th day for Spider-man: No Way Home to shock the big screen.
The world community is just waiting for the detailed numbers released by Sony and Marvel Studios to compare the awesomeness of Spider-Man: No Way Home with Avengers: Infinity War.
Real ArtAs previously reported, Sony and Marvel are paving the way for this film to reach the Oscar 2022 Best Picture exchange. Launching from IndieWire, Tom Holland opened up about superhero films not being cinema but a vehicle for playing, referring to the statement of the maestro, Martin Scorsese.
The actor believes, Spider-Man is both art and cinema. “The way I describe the characters, the way the director draws the storyline and characterizations, it’s all the same. Just done on a different scale. So I think it’s real art.”
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