Spider-Man: Homecoming has been in theaters for close to a month now, and the Sony/Marvel tentpole has been one of the summer’s biggest films. In its fourth weekend of release, the reboot has passed another key benchmark.
This weekend, Homecoming has grossed an estimated $13.5 million, placing it at #5 behind this week’s new releases (The Emoji Movie and Atomic Blonde) and last week’s releases (Dunkirk and Girl’s Trip). For the full weekend chart, click HERE. Homecoming has now grossed about $278.4 million domestically and $355.4 million overseas. This brings the film’s worldwide total to $633.8 million, which is especially good given the $175 million production budget.
Homecoming has surpassed both Amazing Spider-Man movies domestically, but still behind the Sam Raimi films. Meanwhile, the film is still the least grossing Spidey title worldwide, but it will likely pass at least Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($709 million) by the end of its run. Meanwhile, Homecoming is now the ninth highest grossing MCU film domestically, and ten highest grossing worldwide.
Homecoming serves as a much needed win for Sony, which has been struggling for years now. The studio had put out a string of box office letdowns, and even Spider-Man was on the decline until the Marvel deal.
Stay tuned for more box office updates as we have them.
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