No Way Home Just Broke Another Record

Based on Diversity, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” passed a major milestone on February 14. It took just enough money to overtake “Avatar” on the all-time highest-grossing movies chart. at the domestic box office. With Valentine’s Day proceeds, “No Way Home” is now at $760.9 million domestically. Meanwhile, “Avatar” still reached an impressive number of $ 760.5 million. But that means “No Way Home” currently holds the bronze medal, at least when it comes to money brought in across America.

Third place is likely where “No Way Home” will stay. Taking second place is “Avengers: Endgame” with $858 million domestically, so “No Way Home” would have to gross over $100 million to surpass that film. That probably won’t happen, considering the movie has been out in theaters for almost two months so far. And it has a long way to go to become number one. That position belongs to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” with $936 million.

Still, it’s an impressive feat, especially considering the possibility that the pandemic still deters some people from going to theaters. That’s what Paul Dergarabedian, a senior media analyst at Comscore, told Variety, “Although ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ benefits from a much higher average ticket price than ‘Avatar’. , which doesn’t diminish the enormity of this upcoming achievement in a market hit by a pandemic.” This superhero movie has proven that audiences will still come in large numbers to see Spidey in action. , and even if the pandemic has subsided, there will be plenty left for another film to surpass “No Way Home” from third. No Way Home Just Broke Another Record

Jake Nichol

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