SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Swings Past $600 Million Worldwide in Weekend #4


Spider-Man: Homecoming has been in theaters for close to a month now, and the Sony/Marvel tentpole has been one of the summer's biggest films. In its fourth weekend of release, the reboot has passed another key benchmark.

This weekend, Homecoming has grossed an estimated $13.5 million, placing it at #5 behind this week's new releases (The Emoji Movie and Atomic Blonde) and last week's releases (Dunkirk and Girl's Trip). For the full weekend chart, click HEREHomecoming has now grossed about $278.4 million domestically and $355.4 million overseas. This brings the film's worldwide total to $633.8 million, which is especially good given the $175 million production budget.

Homecoming has surpassed both Amazing Spider-Man movies domestically, but still behind the Sam Raimi films. Meanwhile, the film is still the least grossing Spidey title worldwide, but it will likely pass at least Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($709 million) by the end of its run. Meanwhile, Homecoming is now the ninth highest grossing MCU film domestically, and ten highest grossing worldwide.

Homecoming serves as a much needed win for Sony, which has been struggling for years now. The studio had put out a string of box office letdowns, and even Spider-Man was on the decline until the Marvel deal.

Stay tuned for more box office updates as we have them.

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