At the All-Time Box Office, Spider-Man: No Way Home passes The Dark Knight

At the All-Time Box Office, Spider-Man: No Way Home passes The Dark Knight ...

After only 17 days of release,Spider-Man: No Way Home has now grossed $609.8 million in the United States and $1.36 billion worldwide. Its already the greatest-grossing film of 2021 by a massive margin. (Its made more than double the #2 film of the year,Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.) Last weekend, it also grossed $52.7 million more in three days thanThe Matrix Resurrectionshas has earned in

For more insights: No Way Homeis is now out afteronly 17 days, and in the midst of an explosion of Covid cases around the world is the tenth highest grossing film in the United Statesever. The $609.8 million domestic gross already puts it ahead ofThe Lion King,Avengers: Age of Ultron, and everyStar Warsever made exceptThe Force AwakensandThe Last Jedi and Spider-Manis on pace to passThe Last Jedi in a couple of days to become the ninth largest movie

$609.8 million also meansSpider-Man: No Way Home has now passedThe Dark Knight on that same list; the $534.8 million domestic gross makes it the largest DC Comics movie to date in the United States (No Way Home has also increased internationally, $1.36 billion versus $1.00 billion), althoughNo Way Home has already raised more money thanBlack Pantherworldwide.

The film is a huge, massive hit. Here was the weekend box office via Mojo:

Spider-Man: No Way Home is still in theaters. It''s likely that the live-action Spider-Man movie franchise will continue in some form, but here''s how they might be rounded up.

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