In less than a month, the sequence ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ has already raised impressive $1.55 billion worldwide, becoming the 8th highest grossing film in history.
While releasing the film in Japan, the star Tom Holland was glad that the somber tone got him rid of the infamous nickname “spider boy“.
“In this film, Peter is finally seen as a full-fledged hero. He grew up and made decisions. It’s the end of the ‘Homecoming’ era. Jon Watts has done a wonderful job of creating something that has kind of never been done before. Peter is no longer Spider-Boy, he is a man now. He is the Friend of the Neighborhood, Spider-Man.”
In recent days, the new feature from Marvel managed to surpass the total box office of ‘The Avengers‘ ($1.51B), ‘Fast and furious 7‘($ 1.51B) e’Frozen 2‘ ($1.45B).
In the US, the film grossed solid $668.7 million – which represents the 6th BIGGEST box office in the country’s history. In the international market, $867.5 million.
Furthermore, ‘No Return Home‘ also represents the BIGGEST box office in the history of Sony Pictures, disbanding the total collection of ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home‘ ($1.13B), which previously held the record.
Remembering that ‘spiderman 3‘ continues to be shown in national cinemas.
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Directed again by Jon Watts, the list has Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, J.K. Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr e Jacob Batalon.