5 Records by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home That Look Difficult to Beat For Future MCU Movies

5 major records set by Spider-Man: No Way Home that future MCU films can't beat

5 Records by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home That Look Difficult to Beat For Future MCU Movies

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  • Spider-Man: No Way Home was a once-in-a-lifetime MCU movie which starred Tom Holland as Spiderman.
  • The 2021 MCU project broke tons of records during its theatrical run.
  • We have listed 5 records set by Spider-Man: No Way Home that future MCU movies might never be able to beat.
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Tom Holland made a name for himself as Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actor’s journey began back in 2016 with Captain America: Civil War. Holland gave the world a kind of Spider-Man and Peter Parker that fans had been clamoring for for years. In fact, there are five records by his latest film that future MCU movies might not be able to beat anyway.

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Unfortunately, the Marvel Cinematic Universe just isn’t what it used to be, especially when Tom Holland had just joined the franchise. After all, fans and critics alike have grown tired of Marvel’s formulaic films now for a multitude of reasons.

Also read: “It felt like an actors’ workshop”: Tom Holland Considered Working With 1 Marvel Star ‘Real Acting’ Despite Sharing Screen With Robert Downey Jr.

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5 Major Records Set By Spider-Man: No Way Home That Future MCU Movies Might Not Surpass

As already mentioned, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is basically in shambles right now as fans feel they need to go back to the drawing board to make compelling films again. Considering how big a Box Office dud The Marvels was, we are listing five records set by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home that future MCU movies are unlikely to beat.

Third-Biggest Worldwide Opening of All Time

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home secured the third-biggest worldwide opening ever, trailing only Avengers: Endgame ($1.2 billion) and Avengers: Infinity War ($640.5 million). It surpassed The Fate of the Furious ($541.9 million) for the No. 3 spot, and when excluding China, it holds the No. 2 opening globally, second only to Endgame.

Also read: Timothée Chalamet’s Rare Gift to Zendaya Puts Tom Holland’s “Rizz Master” Reputation at Grave Risk

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Second-Biggest Domestic Debut of All Time

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home achieved the second-biggest domestic debut of all time, with Avengers: Endgame at the top with $357 million. It surpassed Avengers: Infinity War ($257.6 million) to claim the second spot, followed by Infinity War, Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($248 million), Star Wars: The Last Jedi ($220 million), and Jurassic World ($208.8 million).

Biggest Worldwide Opening of All Time for Sony’s Columbia Pictures

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Sony’s Columbia Pictures achieved its biggest worldwide opening of all time with the latest installment of the Spider-Man franchise. Surpassing the previous record set by Spider-Man 3 in 2007, which grossed $381.7 million worldwide during its opening, Spider-Man: No Way Home marked a significant milestone for the studio.

Biggest December Opening of All Time

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Spider-Man: No Way Home previously bagged its place in cinematic history after achieving the title of the biggest December opening of all time. This achievement took place after the movie surpassed the previous record held by Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which opened to an impressive $529 million in 2015.

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International Records

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Spider-Man: No Way Home achieved international milestones, including the biggest opening of all time in Mexico with a five-day debut of $32.4 million. It secured the second-biggest opening ever in India for a Hollywood title, earning $18.2 million. The film marked the third-biggest opening weekend in Australia, totaling $18.7 million, and the fifth-biggest in Russia with $17.4 million. In smaller markets, it set records for the biggest opening weekend ever in Ukraine at $2.4 million and in Turkey at $1.4 million.

Also read: The Tom Holland Spider-Man Movie That Beat Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield Proves MCU Still Has a Lot of Steam Left

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Subhojeet Mookherjee is a Freelance Entertainment Writer for FandomWire. A lover and expert in all things movies, games, TV shows, music and more. I've been in the writing business for over five years now, covering various topics all over the world. I love engaging in deep conversations with like-minded people.