No Way Home film earned $1.54 billion, beat these four movies

Spider-Man: No Way Home movie is making huge money at the box office chart. The fast-spreading Omicron variant is also not visible on the film’s earnings. The new Spider-Man film is the eighth highest-grossing film of all time, grossing around $1.54 billion (approximately Rs 11,419 crore) worldwide last Sunday. In terms of earnings, Spider-Man: No Way Home overtook four big films – The Avengers, Furious 7, Frozen II, and Avengers: Age of Ultron by the end of last week. In the US and Canada, the new Spider-Man film is the sixth highest-grossing film of all time and has now overtaken Titanic and Jurassic World.

By its fourth weekend of release, Spider-Man: No Way Home had grossed an extra $97.4 million (approximately Rs 722 crore) globally, including $33 million (approximately Rs 244 crore) from North America and 64.4 million from the rest of the market. Million dollars (about Rs 477 crores). Spider-Man: No Way Home movie’s huge earnings figure does not include China, where the movie has not been released yet.

As of early last week, the UK was among the biggest earners for Spider-Man: No Way Home, with the film grossing $92.4 million (approximately Rs 687 crore). The film earned $ 64.9 million in Mexico (approximately Rs 483 crore), $ 51.4 million in South Korea (about Rs 382 crore), $50.2 million in France (about Rs 373 crore), $ 42 million in Australia (about Rs 312 crore). , had grossed $40.2 million in Brazil, and $34.2 million (about Rs 260 crore) in India.

Meanwhile, with the new Spider-Man movie spending three full weeks in theaters, co-producers Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have decided to take the wraps off the spoiler content. All the actors involved in the film can now stop lying. This means that you can now see spoilers related to the film around you or online.