Last weekend, Spider-Man: No Way Home made another $64 million internationally. In the United States, an additional $33 million was added. In total, the counter is 1.53 billion dollars (1.35 billion euros). This makes the movie better than The Avengers, Furious 7, Frozen II, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. As a result, the film is now ranked 8th in the top 10 most successful American films of all time. Even better, Jurassic World is in sixth place with $1.67 billion. In seventh place, just before the Marvel movie, came The Lion King with $1.66 billion. There’s a good chance Spider-Man: No Way Home will catch up with those two titles, as the movie premiered in Japan last weekend. The film is doing well, especially in the UK. The film grossed over $105 million in total. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is also very popular in Mexico, South Korea and France.
The musical comedy “Sing 2” saw the light of day around the same time and has already brought in about $190 million. And The King’s Man has to make do with $74 million, and Disney’s “Encanto” is currently up to $215 million in revenue. The most successful movie is The Matrix Resurrections. The cost of making the film is estimated to be around $190 million. The publication has not yet made a profit, because at the moment the total revenue is “only” $124 million.
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