"Spider-Man: No Way Home movie online free" is a real turbo-charger at the global box office, grossing a mighty $587.2 million over the weekend despite growing concerns about the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
The film, starring Tom Holland as Marvel's friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, not only breaks all pandemic box office benchmarks, but also all previous records. This weekend's box office makes it the third biggest worldwide debut in history behind "Avengers: Endgame" (a historic $1.2 billion) and "Avengers: Infinity War" ($640 million). The top two films opened in China, currently the world's largest theatrical market, while "No Way Home" has yet to receive a release date there.
"The historic results of 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' this weekend from around the world and in the face of many challenges confirm the unparalleled cultural impact that exclusive theatrical films can have when made and marketed with vision and determination," said Tom Rothman, chairman and CEO of Sony's Motion Picture Group. "All of us at Sony Pictures are deeply grateful to the fabulous talent in front of and behind the camera who produced such a milestone. Thanks to their brilliant work, this Christmas everyone can rejoice in the most powerful superhero of 2021 - the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man."
Internationally, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" grossed a monstrous $334.2 million in 60 overseas markets. In comparable territories, the film outpaced "Spider-Man: Far From Home" by 72%, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" by 113% and "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" by 183%, "No Time to Die" by 113% and "F9: The Fast Saga" by 210% in its opening weekend, according to Sony.
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" saw particularly high attendance in Western Europe, led by the United Kingdom. In the U.K., ticket sales reached $41.4 million during the film's five-day theatrical run, making it the fourth-biggest box office ever in that market. In France, the film grossed $17.8 million; in Italy, $13 million; in Germany, $11.4 million; and in Spain, $10.4 million. In Eastern Europe, Russia led the way with $17.4 million, followed by Ukraine ($2.4 million) and Turkey ($1.4 million).
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Latin American countries grossed a total of $79.5M, with Mexico posting its highest-ever five-day total of $32.4M. Argentina also recorded its best theatrical debut with $6.8M, as did Ecuador with $3.7M.
In Asia, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" scored its highest box office in South Korea ($23.7M), followed by India ($18.2M) and Hong Kong ($6.3M).
Other notable markets include Saudi Arabia ($5.2 million), Israel ($2.7 million) and New Zealand ($2.3 million).
In the coming weeks, Spidey will open in Thailand (Dec. 23), Japan (Jan. 7) and the Philippines (Jan. 8).
Critics have given "Spider-Man: No Way Home" an enthusiastic reception. Nick Schager of The Daily Beast called it "by far the best Spidey movie in the MCU" and Peter Debruge of Variety described the film as a "satisfying meta-adventure." Audiences were equally enthusiastic; the film received an "A+" CinemaScore and a 99% Rotten Tomatoes average.
Directed by Jon Watts, the third chapter of Holland's trilogy takes place after Peter Parker's identity is revealed and the lives of his girlfriend MJ (Zendaya), his best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon) and his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) fall apart. Desperate to restore some semblance of normalcy, Peter enlists Doctor Strange's (Benedict Cumberbatch) help and inadvertently unleashes a multiverse - complete with villains from past Peter Parker timelines. In a crossover event of epic proportions, Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx's Electro and Alfred Molina's Doctor Otto Octavius drop in to wreak havoc and torment Spider-Man.
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