Spider-Man: No Way Home becomes the first movie to cross $1B mark worldwide since 2019

By Stephen Ippolito | December 26th, 2021

Spider-Man: No Way Home has officially done what no film has accomplished since the pandemic began. During the Holiday weekend, the Sony and Marvel Studios produced movie crossed the $1B mark at the worldwide box office, becoming the first film to do so since Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker in 2019.

After bringing in $81M domestically this weekend, No Way Home’s total in North America stands at $467M. Combined with its international earnings ($587.1M), the film now has a global total of $1.05B. Over the next couple of days, it should pass 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home ($1.13B) and become the highest-grossing Spider-Man movie of all time.

The Tom Holland-led film reached the $1B milestone in just 12 days (Tied with Avengers: Infinity War for second fastest ever to reach mark).  What’s impressive is that it did it without a dime from China, arguably the biggest market in the world.

A couple hours after the news broke, the official Spider-Man: No Way Home Twitter account thanked fans for their support and allowing the film to reach the billion dollar mark.

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