The success of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” continues. In its fourth week, the superhero spectacle in the USA played significantly less than in the previous week, but it still comes to an impressive 33 million US dollars. Overall, Tom Holland’s third appearance as Spider-Man in the United States is in the all-time charts one month ahead of “Titanic”.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” took a total of 668 million dollars so far. This overtakes the film “Titanic”, which in 1997 “only” had sales of 659 million. “Spider-Man” is now in sixth place in the all-time cinema charts in the United States.
Is Spider-Man now overtaking the Marvel competition?
A competitor from his own stable is now lying directly in front of the Marvel spider man. “Avengers: Infinity War” is at 678 million, quite within striking distance of Spider-Man. He could replace himself in fifth place: Spidey also appears in the “Avengers”.
Number four on the North American all-time charts is also within reach. “Black Panther” (also from Marvel, of course) is $ 700 million. The top three are “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (936 million), “Avengers: Endgame” (858 million) and “Avatar” (760 million).
“Spider-Man: No Way Home”: Eighth place worldwide
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is not only a hit in the USA. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is currently in eighth place in the worldwide all-time cinema charts, with box office earnings of 1.536 billion dollars. Sixth place also seems possible here, “Jurassic World” (1.670 billion) and “The Lion King” (1.662 billion) must tremble.
“Titanic” is likely to be globally unattainable for Spidey. The disaster classic ranks third at $ 2.201 billion.
(smi / spot)