No Way Home passes Dark Knight at the all-time box office

After only 17 days of release, Spider-Man: No Way Home has now earned $ 609.8 million in the United States and $ 1.36 billion worldwide. It is already the highest-grossing film of 2021 by a large margin. (It’s made more than twice as many as this year’s # 2 film, Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings.) Last weekend, it earned an additional $ 52.7 million in the United States alone – more in three days than The Matrix Resurrection has earned throughout its run in theaters to date ($ 30.9 million).

For more perspective: No way home is now – after only 17 days and in the midst of an explosion of Covid cases across the globe – the 10th highest-grossing film in the United States ever. That’s $ 609.8 million domestic gross already puts it ahead Lions King, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and each Star wars ever made except The power is aroused and The last Jedi – and Spider Man is about to pass The last Jedi in a few days to become the ninth greatest film ever.

$ 609.8 million also means Spider-Man: No Way Home is now gone The Black Knight on the same list; the film’s gross gross of $ 534.8 million makes it the largest DC Comics film to date in the United States (No way home has also earned more internationally, $ 1.36 billion versus $ 1.00 billion.) The only solo superhero movie that made more money in the United States than No way home at this time is Black Panther ($ 700.4 million), though No way home has already made more money than Black Panther worldwide.

Basics: The movie is a massive, massive hit. Here was the weekend ticket office via Box Office Mojo:

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $ 52.7 million
  2. Sing 2 – $ 19.6 million
  3. The King’s Man – $ 4.5 million
  4. American underdog – $ 4.5 million
  5. The Matrix Resurrection – $ 3.8 million

Spider-Man: No Way Home is still in the cinema. Obviously, the live-action Spider-Man movie series will continue in some form, but … what could top this at all?

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