Weekend Estimates: Spider-Man: No Way Home Remains No. 1 for 4th Weekend w/ $33.02M, Hits No. 6 Domestic All-Time; The 355 Fails to Ignite w/ $4.8M
Finishing in first place for the fourth weekend in a row was Spider-Man: No Way Home, which continued to show its sturdiness because it dropped 41% to an estimated $33.02M. That brings the Sony/Marvel blockbuster to an exceptional $668.75M since debuting on Dec. 17, surpassing the lifetime grosses of each Jurassic World ($652.4 million) and Titanic ($659.4 million). That makes it the sixth highest-grossing title of all time in North America and places it inside putting distance of Avengers: Infinity War, which completed its home run with $678.82M in 2018.
No Way Home additionally continued cleansing up abroad. The MCU installment grossed $64.4M from 63 markets, together with $11.8M in Japan the place the movie opened this weekend. In the U.Okay., No Way Home crossed the $100M mark after taking in an estimated $6.2M. It’s now the second-highest-grossing movie of all time in each Mexico and Indonesia, the place it’s grossed $69.7M and $24.6M, respectively, in addition to the second-highest-grossing Hollywood movie of all time in India, the place it has $35.3M. With a world tally of $1.53B (together with $867.5M abroad), it’s now the eighth-highest-grossing movie of all time worldwide, having now surpassed The Avengers ($1.52B), Furious 7 ($1.52B), Frozen II ($1.45B) and Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.4B).
Universal additionally had the third-place title this weekend with the long-delayed The 355, which launched to an estimated $4.8M from 3,145 areas. Despite boasting a recognizable forged together with Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penelope Cruz and Sebastian Stan, the worldwide action-thriller merely couldn’t garner a lot viewers curiosity, and it wasn’t helped by a poor displaying with critics (its Rotten Tomatoes rating is an unlucky ?%). While its B+ Cinemascore is extra promising, the Bourne-style title appears destined to flame out shortly earlier than reaching a wider viewers on PVOD or streaming platforms. The 355‘s viewers this weekend was 56% feminine, whereas 49% had been over the age of 35.