By Stephen Ippolito | March 27th, 2022
Despite being available to watch from home for over a week, Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to set box office milestones. Earlier today (101 days since release), it crossed the $800M mark at the domestic box office after bringing in $2M ($800.5M overall) during its 15th weekend. The Sony and Marvel Studios produced film is the third Hollywood movie to accomplish the feat after 2015’s Star Wars: Force Awakens ($936.6M) and 2019’s Avengers: Endgame ($858.3M).
Globally, the Tom Holland-led film has earned $1.88B, which is good enough for sixth all-time. Of course, this total is without a dime from arguably the world’s biggest market in China. Had it gotten a release in the Middle Kingdom, it probably would have made somewhere between $2.1B-$2.4B.
As mentioned before, No Way Home has been available to buy and watch digitally since March 15. According to Deadline, the film was purchased a record 2.1M times during its first week of release. At $19.99 apiece, that comes out to around $42M in sales.
Given the film’s massive success, it’s safe to say that we will be getting a fourth MCU Spidey film with Holland. While it has yet to be officially announced, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige did say in December that he and producer Amy Pascal, along with Sony and Disney, were in the early stages of developing it.