‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Scores $601M Global Opening

Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home became the third biggest global opener of all time this weekend, now with a confirmed $600.8M through Sunday, versus yesterday’s estimate of $587.2M.

Crossing the $600M mark makes it only the third film ever to the milestone in a launch frame.

The Jon Watts-directed MCU entry is the No. 6 movie of 2021 worldwide (No. 3 for the studios) just from its debut and overtaking all other Marvel pics this year.

Topping $600M at open is even more impressive as NWH did it without China, only the second film ever to the six-century mark sans that giant market.

The nearly $14M increase over Sunday’s global estimates (see Sunday update below) came in part from domestic which, as Anthony reported, soared to $260M when tallying up.

Offshore, there were notable bumps in the actuals for the UK, Mexico, France, Brazil and Russia.