No Way Home is expected to hit nearly $704 million by the end of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, which would make it the fourth-highest movie of all-time at the domestic box office.
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.
If you haven’t seen Spider-Man: No Way Home yet, you hopefully received some tickets in your Christmas stocking, because they were as scarce as free popcorn refills at your local cineplex this weekend.
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.
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.