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“Spider-Man” dominates the box office with a total of $ 1 billion grossed worldwide

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The latest installment in the Spider-Man saga grossed 467.3 million in the United States and Canada and 587 million in the rest of the world.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” became the first film to surpass $ 1 billion in the pandemic era over Christmas weekend, dominating the North American box office, according to estimates by the specialized firm Exhibitor Relations published this Sunday.

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The latest installment in the spider-man saga raised 467.3 million in the United States and Canada and 587 million in the rest of the world, reaching more than 1,000 million dollars in 12 days.

It catapulted at a speed only matched by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” of 2015, according to the specialized magazine Varietey, and it does so despite the rapid advance of the omicron variant, which blurs vacation outings around the globe.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is the third film in which British actor Tom Holland plays the very popular Spider-Man.

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Sony’s latest installment to the popular comic-book-inspired series racked up an estimated $ 81.5 million in North America over the three days of Christmas weekend, maintaining its top spot after achieving the third-largest national opening of all. times, with more than 260 million dollars, crushing the first estimates.

The film was only surpassed by “Avengers: Endgame” (357 million dollars) and “Avengers: Infinity War” (258 million) in the annals of the best releases, according to the specialized site Box Office Mojo.

With an estimated 23.8 million, it was in a distant second place “Sing 2”, a star-studded Universal animated film that follows “Sing.”

Beat “The Matrix Resurrections”, de Warner Bros, where Keanu Reeves dons his long black coat and sunglasses again at 57 years old. He was ranked third with an insufficient 12 million dollars.

In fourth place, also earning less than expected, was “The King’s Man,” a twentieth-century spy prequel to the “Kingsman” movies, with 6.4 million dollars.

And slipping up to the fifth place during its weekend release, with an estimated $ 6.2 million, was the Lionsgate feature film “American Underdog”, based on the true story of Kurt Warner, who went from the shelves of a food establishment to the National Soccer League MVP.

The rest of the ten highest grossing:

6. “West Side Story” (2,8 millones)

7. “Licorice Pizza” (2.3 million)

8. “A Journal for Jordan” (2,2 millones)

9. “Encanto, the fantastic Madrigal family” (2 million)

10. “83” (1.8 million) (E)

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