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Spider-Man: No Way Home Crosses $1 Billion Worldwide

Spider-Man: No Way Home Crosses $1 Billion Worldwide

I think we can all agree that Spider-Man: No Way Home is juggernaut all on its own. Within the span of two weeks, No Way Home has reached a grand total of $467.3 million in the domestic box office. For the overseas box office, the movie has cleared $587.1 million. While other countries like China and Japan are still waiting for No Way Home to be released, these numbers alone; especially for a pre-COVID era; are pretty impressive!

The third Jon Watts-directed outing shows no signs of stopping with theater attendance at its highest. One would think that No Way Home would likely be the first movie in a long time to reach the billion-dollar mark. Well, do I have some spectacular, amazing, and sensational news for you! As of today, Spider-Man: No Way Home has officially crossed the $1 billion mark making it not only the second MCU Spider-Man movie to do so, but is now the highest-grossing movie worldwide for 2021! Let’s break down the numbers below!

Spider-Man: No Way Home Worldwide Box Office Breakdown

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Here’s what the worldwide box office looks right now:

1.) Spider-Man: No Way Home- $1,005,000,000

2.) The Battle at Lake Changjin- $902,533,439

3.) Hi, Mom- $822,009,764

4.) No Time To Die- $774,034,007

5.) F9: The Fast Saga- $726,229,501

6.) Detective Chinatown 3- $686,257,563

7.) Venom: Let There Be Carnage- $500,127,511

8.) Godzilla vs. Kong- $467,863,133

9.) Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings- $432,230,054

10.) Eternals- $400,351,739

Other movies like Dune, Cruella, and Black Widow round out the top 20. With No Way Home gaining so much steam, is it likely possible it could reach the $2 billion mark? Maybe but time will tell. Tell us in the comments below if you’ve seen Spider-Man: No Way Home. How many times have you seen it?

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Written by Devin Colson

I’m a huge geek when it comes to things like Marvel/DC, Star Wars, anime, etc. Bit of a movie buff. Disney kid at heart.