Sony re-released the superhero film with 11 minutes of extra footage that proved to be exciting to some comic book fans, bringing in $6 million from 3,935 theatres over the weekend.
Thor is still bringing the hammer down at the North American box office with $143 million in its opening weekend.
The timeline-bending "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is benefitting as the follow-up film to Sony's box office behemoth "Spider-Man: No Way Home," which became a must-see movie event.
The very well-preserved “pay copy” is especially sought-after because it bears the publisher's handwritten notes recording how much each writer and artist was paid.
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" has became the sixth-highest grossing movie in history with $1.69 billion at the global box office and returned to the number one slot in North America.
The page contains the original features of the hero's black symbiote costume that later led to the creation of anti-hero Venom.
With $587.1 million from 61 overseas markets, in just 12 days of release, the Sony and Marvel film has grossed $1.05 billion globally, making it the highest earner of the pandemic.
We have always been fascinated by superheroes and constantly influenced by their stories. But have we ever thought, why?
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” has grossed a stunning $253 million in ticket sales from 4,325 North American locations despite rising concerns over the Omicron variant.
No Way Home scored the third-largest preview total ever, trailing only those for Avengers: Endgame with $60 million and The Force Awakens $57 million.
The movies will hit Netflix after they have finished their run in theatres and been made available for home viewing via video-on-demand.
The #BoycottSpiderMan hashtag gained additional traction as Twitter users mocked others for mistaking the actor for a historian with the same name.
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