Spider-Man: No Way Home becomes the first film in the pandemic to cross $1 Billion Box Office

In a move that should shock absolutely nobody, Spider-Man: No Way Home has become the first film in the pandemic era to cross $1 Billion Box Office Gross, with it being the first movie since 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker to cross that number. It’s also became the largest earning movie in 2021 thanks to this, with the movie expected to make more in the coming weeks.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Over the last weekend, No Way Home made $81.5 million in domestic box office earnings. In making this much money however, the rest of the box office is getting rather destroyed. Sing 2 is coming in second with $23 million, Matrix Resurrections made a mere $12 million and The King’s Man garnered even less, with $6.3 million. It remains to be seen if Spider-Man: No Way Home will continue to earn as much as it has been in the first two weeks of global release, or if it’ll find itself waning in the coming months, but be sure to check in as we report on the comings and goings of Hollywood.


Read our review of Spider-Man: No Way Homein which we call it “one of the must-see movies from the recent phase of the Marvel cinematic universe… or any other universe.”