While it’s no surprise that the Marvel-Disney partnership dominates the global box office, we’re definitely talking about an entirely different success with Spider-Man: No Road Home – 92%. The high expectations from fans, the various theories emerging week after week that everyone wanted to check out, as well as good reviews from professionals, managed to put together the perfect context for this third episode to receive an incredible reception despite the globality. pandemic. With each new day that passes, the Tom Holland and Zendaya movie breaks some new records in both Marvel movies and superhero movies.
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The hit movies are designed to fill cinemas with millions of fans waiting to see their heroes in action. However, making a film of this kind does not guarantee anything at all, especially since its production has become more expensive and a large part of the audience is tired of this genre. It’s always interesting to see which movies end up in the top box office list and how some of the oldest haven’t lost their spot despite time. Spider-Man: There is no room for home It will continue to break records because it will be on the bill for a while, but now the medal can be hung as one of the highest in history.
as ComicBook.com, the third installment of Spider-Man, directed by John Watts, has already reached the enviable amount of $536,592,000 domestically; That is, in the United States. With these numbers he has already surpassed Batman: The Dark Knight – 94%, the famous sequel directed by Christopher Nolan, starring Christian Bale and which showed us the wonderful performance of Heath Ledger as the Joker. At the time, this title earned $534,858,444 million USD after passing through the country. in this way, Spider-Man: There is no room for home It just became the 12th highest-grossing movie of all time.
It may rise on the list because it will be in theaters for several weeks; Especially as the film brought audiences back to commercial theaters at a time of greatest need. It is clear that this impulse will be exploited as much as possible and it will be in the interest of Marvel and Sony, who have already achieved the best numbers for the company with this third part.
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Some analysts believe that it is possible for the film to cross the billion mark in the United States, which would also be historic. At the moment, this amount has already been made worldwide and has not yet been released in some countries, with the film arriving in early 2022. What is almost a fact is that Spider-Man: There is no room for home It will continue to climb into the top 10 by earnings, but we’ll have to wait to see if it gets a better spot or stays last. The goal now is for the sequel to total $936 million earned by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. 92%, a very complex task.
This movie has also outnumbered Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – 85%, an unexpected success for Lucasfilm, which at that time managed to recover 532 million US dollars in the United States. This title was very special to the company because it was not part of the trilogy starring Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver. rogue one It is a spin-off that surprised locals and strangers, and once again boosted the Star Wars universe. For a long time, there’s been talk of creating an intro or starting from this story to have more episodic elements, and at least one has been confirmed as a Disney+ series with Diego Luna reprising his role as Andor.
with success Spider-Man: There is no room for homeMarvel and Sony were quick to confirm the fourth installment of the superhero, although we still don’t know what will happen Tom Holland, if he will remain as the protagonist or if he will leave space for another version to arrive. Marvel is preparing the ground for the arrival of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, while Sony is doing the same with Morbius. However, these films would not achieve similar amounts even if they were successful at the box office.
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