Spider-Man: No Way Home has been at the top of the US box office for three weeks now, with the MCU film raking in an additional $52.7 million over the final weekend of 2021.
Variety reported that this brings the total amount Spider-Man: No Way Home raised in the US to $609 million. This makes it the tenth highest grossing US film of all time. Spider-Man just passed the Incredibles 2 ($608 million) and is catching up to Star Wars: The Last Jedi ($620 million) before targeting The Avengers ($623 million).
The film is also doing very well internationally, outside the US No Way Home has already grossed $759 million. That brings global revenues to $1.37 billion, more than Black Panther’s $1.34 billion and the twelfth largest box office sale in history.
Sing 2 made an impression, raising $19.6 million. The film starring Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson proved to be quite popular and the global number that was raised currently stands at $89.6 million.
That’s an impressive number during the pandemic, but Sing 2 is clearly delivering less than its predecessor, which raised $270 million in the US and $634 million worldwide.
The King’s Man is in third place with $4.5 million, American Underdog in fourth place with $4.07 million and The Matrix Resurrections completes the top 5 with $3.8 million.
For now, The Matrix Resurrections is WB’s latest film to be released on HBO Max and in theaters on the same day. In 2022, WB hopes to improve its box office earnings with films like The Batman, The Flash, Don’t Worry, Darling and more.