Spider-Man: No Way Home added another $52.7 million over New Year’s weekend, and more impressively, crossed the $600 million mark in domestic ticket sale.
Kevin Feige has confirmed that Marvel Studios and Sony are currently fast-tracking at least one more Spider-Man movie to continue the blockbuster franchise.
Nothing could stop Spidey from recording the third biggest weekend box office of all time, in any era, to the tune of $253 million.
With everyone speculating about Marvel and Sony’s live-action Spider-Man: No Way Home film (out on December 17), Sony decided to get people talking about a whole different Spider-Verse, namely the sequel to Into the Spider-Verse.
Spider-Man fans, tantalized by months of live-action Spider-Verse speculation, continue to buy pre-sale tickets at a rapid pace, trailing only Avengers: Endgame in advance ticket purchases.
All those Spidey fans crashing your local theaters websites in search of tickets for the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home can rest easy now that future Tom Holland-led films have been confirmed by Producer Amy Pascal.