Spider-Man: No Way Home: the new film of the arachnid superhero from Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios as part of UCM, continues to make a splash in theaters around the world despite the fact that it’s a world premiere has been going on for more than a month ago. So much so that it has already become the sixth highest-grossing film in history thanks to a collection that is close to $1,700 million worldwide, surpassing Jurassic World and its $1,670 million. And to celebrate them, two new posters of the film played by Tom Holland have been distributed.
No Way Home is the sixth highest-grossing film
Thus, Spider-Man: No Way Home has already reached $1,691 million at the box office thanks to $14.1 million in the United States and $27.7 million in the rest of the world entered last weekend, surpassing Jurassic World and becoming the sixth highest-grossing film of all time. The next goal would be Avengers: Infinity War, although at this point it seems unlikely that it will achieve it since the Thanos movie managed to raise $2,048 million worldwide in its time.
Of course, the feat of Spider-Man: No Way Home is twofold, since it reached these figures in the middle of a global pandemic and without the Chinese market since the film was not released in China. In this sense, Avengers: Infinity War raised $359 million in China, a little less than the advantage that No Way Home leads, so if it had been released in the Asian country, it is likely that the new Spidey would have already crossed the barrier of 2,000 million and Infinity War.
Anyway, we leave you with the top 10 highest-grossing films in history with the strong entry of Spider-Man: No Way Home in sixth place:
- Avatar| $2,847 million
- Avengers: Endgame | $2.797 million
- Titanic| $2,201 million
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens | $2,069 million
- Avengers: Endless War| $2,048 million
- Spider-Man: No return home| $1,691 million
- JurassicWorld | $1.67 billion
- The Lion King| $1,662 million
- The Avengers| $1,518 million
- Fast and furious 7 | $1,515 million