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Spider-Man: No Way Home’s whopping domestic gross is raised to an impressive $721.5 million

Spider-Man: No Way Home’s whopping domestic gross rises to an impressive $721M… after taking in a further $14M at the weekend box office


Spider-Man: No Way Home has continued to dominate the box office in its sixth consecutive week of release.

The Tom Holland-starring feature has proven to be a favorite with moviegoers over the past month, and it added a solid $14.1 million to its domestic gross, according to Deadline.

The added influx of revenue brought the Marvel movie’s grand domestic total to an impressive $721.5 million.

Raking it in: Spider-Man: No Way Home has continued to dominate the box office in its sixth consecutive week of release

The media outlet also reported that the superhero flick has since become the 4th-highest grossing film at the domestic box office.

It was also noted that in order to take over Avatar’s third-highest spot, Spider-Man: No Way Home has to take in another $40.1 million from moviegoers.

The Marvel flick is currently 31% ahead of the James Cameron-directed movie at the same point of release.

However, the superhero film will need to keep maintaining the top spot at the box office over the next few weeks in order to beat the gross of the sci-fi epic.

Major achievement: The media outlet also reported that the superhero flick has since become the 4th-highest grossing film at the domestic box office

Major achievement: The media outlet also reported that the superhero flick has since become the 4th-highest grossing film at the domestic box office

Reaching a milestone: Deadline reported that, in order to take over Avatar's third-highest spot, Spider-Man: No Way Home has to take in another $40.1 million from moviegoers

Reaching a milestone: Deadline reported that, in order to take over Avatar’s third-highest spot, Spider-Man: No Way Home has to take in another $40.1 million from moviegoers

Spider-Man: No Way Home has since become the sixth-highest grossing movie worldwide, after having overtaken both Jurassic World and The Lion King.

The feature has taken in an impressive grand total of $1.69 billion after it was originally released to the public last December. 

$970.1 million of the movie’s intake has come from non-US territories. 

Successful project: Spider-Man: No Way Home has since become the sixth-highest grossing movie worldwide, after having overtaken both Jurassic World and The Lion King

Successful project: Spider-Man: No Way Home has since become the sixth-highest grossing movie worldwide, after having overtaken both Jurassic World and The Lion King

Counting the stacks: The feature has taken in an impressive grand total of $1.69 billion after it was originally released to the public last December

Counting the stacks: The feature has taken in an impressive grand total of $1.69 billion after it was originally released to the public last December

Trailing the blockbuster was the slasher flick Scream, which took in a healthy $12.4 million over the weekend.

The fifth installment in the meta-horror franchise, which featured recurring cast members Courteney Cox and David Arquette, has grossed $51.3 million since its release, which occurred earlier this month.

The movie’s team has since expressed an interest in producing a sixth film in the series.  

Second place: Trailing the blockbuster was the slasher flick Scream, which took in a healthy $12.4 million over the weekend

Second place: Trailing the blockbuster was the slasher flick Scream, which took in a healthy $12.4 million over the weekend

Coming in at third place was the star-studded children’s animated jukebox musical feature Sing 2.

The film, which featured the talents of performers such as Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey, as well as singers Bono and Halsey, brought in $5.7 million at the box office over the past three days.

The Garth Jennings-directed movie has since grossed a grand total of $128.4 million.

Coming in at fourth and fifth place at the box office were the faith-based romance feature Redeeming Love and the spy-comedy flick The King’s Man. 

Family fun: Coming in at third place was the star-studded children's animated jukebox musical feature Sing 2

Family fun: Coming in at third place was the star-studded children’s animated jukebox musical feature Sing 2

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