With all the anticipation generated around ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ and projections indicate that the sequel should break box office records in the pandemic era.
According to Box Office Pro, the feature can raise between $135 million e $185 million on the first opening weekend in the US only.
At the end of its run on the American big screen, the title that marks the end of the current Webhead trilogy can accumulate between $375 million e $525 million.
Because of this, the portal believes that ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ can easily hit $1 billion around the world.
Although the previous movie made US$1.132 billion, you have to take into account that not all cinemas in the world are open and many people are still afraid of entering closed spaces because of the Coronavirus.
Even so, these numbers represent the enormous strength of the film, considering that the biggest hits of the year were also in this projection range.
At the internal box office, ‘Fast and Furious 9‘ collected $173 million, totalizing $721 million around the world.
Already ‘007: No Time to Die‘ closed with $151.9 million in the US, ending with $710 million at the global box office.
‘Venom: Time of Carnage‘ conquered US$ 203.7 million in the US, but it ended up losing strength around the world, closing with $442.5 million.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings‘ also had most of the revenue coming from the US, with US$224.4 million. around the world were US$431.2 million.
Remembering that the last movie to surpass $1 billion around the world was ‘Star Wars: The Skywalker Ascension‘, released in December 2019.
And then you think ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ can surpass the mark?
Remembering that the sequel debuts in December 16, 2021 in national cinemas.
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For the first time in Spider-Man’s cinematic history, our friendly neighborhood hero is unmasked and can no longer separate his normal life from the big risks of being a superhero. When he asks Doctor Strange for help, the risks become even more dangerous, and force him to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man.
Directed again by Jon Watts, the cast has Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, J.K. Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr e Jacob Batalon.