Marvel’s newly released Spider-Man: Far From Home has set the box office on fire from the very first day.
Though Avengers: Endgame wraps up all the MCU stories so far, Far From Home marks the end of Phase 3.
Far From Home now in Theaters
Marvel has got a good start this year, with Captain Marvel released earlier this year. The next released Avengers: Endgame made records and created milestones. Now Spider-Man: Far From Home joins the que.
Debuting on Tuesday in over 4,600 theaters, Jon Watts‘ superhero sequel tallied an impressive $39.2 million.
Fortunately, the film has surpassed the record of The Amazing Spider-Man, which made $35 in 2012. Far From Home is expected to bring about $125-$150 over the extended Fourth July Holiday.
According to Variety, that strong start signals a successful holiday week and weekend ahead for Far From Home.
Internationally, the film has already opened in China, Japan, and Hong Kong to the tune of $111 million so far. By Sunday, global estimates should reach a half billion for the Jon Watts-directed movie.
Worldwide, Spider-Man: Far From Home has collected $111 million after opening last weekend in China and Japan.
Good to say, the movie has made a fast growth beyond the first film in the rebooted franchise.
Over the same course in 2017, Spider-Man: Homecoming took in $117 million over a three-day weekend.
Spider-Man: Far From Home once again stars Tom Holland in the lead role as he encounters the villainous Mysterio, portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal.
Holland’s first solo adventure, Spider-Man: Homecoming, grossed $880 million worldwide.
Spider-Man liked by fans
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is now established as one of the more popular characters in the MCU and Far From Home was jumping off from the mega-hit Endgame.
Spider-Man: Far From Home has been strong, with fans and critics alike all giving the film high praise.
That consensus of approval should get more families out over the holidays, and the buzz around Far From Home’s epic post-credits scenes is a definite draw for MCU die-hards.
Peter Parker aka Spider-Man is already in vain and depressed for losing his mentor. As the film depicts, the events revolve around the effects of Endgame.
It seems Tony Stark, Nick Fury has some different plans for the kid superhero.
The possibilities for the film to come at a lower end are less, as the Spider-Man character has had a large presence on the big screen lately.
Spider-Man got an entry in Marvel since Captain America: Civil War and then featured in Infinity saga. With the entry in Marvel Tom Holland got a two solo movie, first in 2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming and the newly released Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Last week, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse went to Netflix for streaming, an unrelated animated featuring Spider-Man.
Currently Spider-Man: Far From Home and Avengers: Endgame is in theaters, with Endgame getting its digital print on July 30th and Blu-ray on August 13th.