Spider-Man is engaged in a fierce battle with Omicron. Both sides are breaking new records and there are no signs of slowing down. Spider-Man: No Way Home just broke a streak no Hollywood productions have crossed since 2019.

Spider-Man: No Way Home already has $800 million in her account

It only took 11 days for Sony’s latest show to reach a level that only other Hollywood productions of the past two years could dream of. Spider-Man: No Way Home has crossed the $800 million mark. At the end of Wednesday, his account was $813.9 million.

Although it is undoubtedly Hollywood’s number one, Spider-Man’s latest adventure in the world ranking takes only third place. Two Chinese productions sold better: “Zhang Jin Hu” (The Battle at Changjin Lake) – $905.4 million and “Ni Hao, Li Huan Ying” (Hello, Mom) – $841.7 million.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is No. 6 at the foreign box office

Sony’s scene outperforms any competition in America. The revenue there is already $356.5 million. This ranks at number 52 on the list of the highest-grossing films of all time.

Foreign influence reaches $457.4 million. This ranks only sixth on our list of the year’s highest-grossing premieres. Spider-Man is still ahead of two Hollywood productions: No Time To Die ($610.2 million) and Fast and the Furious 9 ($548.1 million).

The best results for new Spider-Man adventures were achieved in: Great Britain ($57.1 million), Mexico (43.9 million), France (28.7 million), South Korea (28.6 million), Australia (26.3 million), India (23.5 million) and Russia (22.2 million).

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The movie hasn’t been shown in China yet, and in Japan (which is traditionally one of Spider-Man’s most important markets, it will be released in early January).

Trailer for the movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home”