Box Office: ‘Spider-Man’ Soars Past $600M Domestically; ‘King’s Man’ Beats ‘Matrix’

Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home earned another $52.7 million during the holiday weekend to become the 10th highest-grossing film in domestic history, with $609.9 million collected through Sunday.

Spider-Man became a great success for Sony, and kicked off the new year on a high note for Hollywood and theater owners. It is the first film to do pre-pandemic level business despite an increase in COVID-19 cases owing to the Omicron variant. 

Overseas, No Way Home earned an additional $78.3 million this weekend for a total foreign tally of $759 million and $1.37 billion globally, making it the 12th highest-grossing film of all time, surpassing Black Panther ($1.35 billion).  

King’s Man, from 20th Century Fox and Disney, finished in third with $4.5 million, for a domestic total of $19.5 million and a global total of $47.8 million in 14 days.

American Underdog, produced by Lionsgate and the Erwin Brothers, grossed an estimated $4.1 million for a domestic total of $15 million in nine days.

Matrix Resurrections finished out of the top five with $3.8 million, bringing the domestic total to $30.0 million in 14 days. The picture plummeted far more than any other title in the top ten — or 64% — demonstrating the impact of being accessible in theaters as well as on home video.


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