‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Leaps To $1.53B WW For No. 8 On All-Time Global Chart – International Box Office

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Refresh for latest…: Arachnomania continues to grip the globe as Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home has increased its worldwide cume to $1.53B through four weekends. Tom Holland’s Peter Parker now fronts the No. 8 movie on the all-time global chart with No Way Home leaping past Marvel’s The AvengersFurious 7Frozen II and Avengers: Age Of Ultron across the frame.

In 63 overseas markets this session, the Jon Watts-directed phenom added $64.4M to bring its running international box office total to $867.5M. And, let’s not forget that No Way Home has scaled these heights without a penny from China.

The webslinger flew into Japan this weekend, opening to a terrific $11.8M. That tops the debuts of both Spider-Man: Far From Home (by 35%) and Spider-Man: Homecoming (by 76%).

Overall, Spidey kept his hold at offshore turnstiles with just a 36% drop from last weekend, propelling the MCU entry to new benchmarks. In the UK, No Way Home topped the century mark, adding $6.2M this session for a slight 25% dip to cume $105.8M so far there. In Mexico, No Way Home is the No. 2 film ever with $69.7M to date (the same milestone goes for Indonesia where the cume is $24.6M). In India, NWH is now the No. 2 Hollywood movie of all time at $35.3M.

The Top 10 markets to date are the UK ($105.8M), Mexico ($69.7M), Korea ($55.8M), France ($55.2M), Australia ($47.5M), Brazil ($46.9M), Russia ($41.4M), Germany ($36.7M), India ($35.5M) and Spain ($25.7M).

Rounding out the Top 15 are Italy ($24.9M), Indonesia ($24.6M), Taiwan ($16.6M), Hong Kong ($16.6M) and Argentina ($15.1M). Still on deck are Slovakia and Norway.

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