No Way Home Slings Past Avengers and Furious 7 as 8th Biggest Movie Ever

Spider-Man: No Way Home has continued to dominate the box office and is now the worldwide 8th biggest movie ever, with 6th position in its sights.


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Although it was always expected that Spider-Man: No Way Home would be the biggest movie of 2021, no one could have foreseen just how big the film would get beyond that. This weekend saw more records falling to the might of Tom Holland’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man as the movie of the moment stormed into the Top 10 worldwide movies of all time by not only passing former number ten Frozen II, but also 2012’s The Avengers and Furious 7 to claim the number 8 spot with both The Lion King and Jurassic World in its sights.

Of course, depending on how you break down the global box office, the film has overtaken some movies on one list but not on another. When it comes down to it though, there is no denying that in the current climate Spider-Man: No Way Home has proven that audiences will return to cinemas for the right movie, and considering the film has now grossed double the nearest Hollywood blockbuster and doesn’t seem to be slowing down yet with another huge haul at the weekend box office. Here are just a few of the Charts that Spider-Man: No Way Home has charged into over the last few weeks.

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2021 Releases Domestic

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $668.7 million

  2. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – $224.5 million
  3. Venom: Let There Be Carnage – $212 million
  4. Black Widow – $183.65 million
  5. F9: The Fast Saga – $173 million

2021 Releases Worldwide

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $1.53 billion
  2. The Battle at Lake Changjin – $905 million
  3. Hi, Mom – $841 million
  4. No Time to Die – $770 million
  5. F9: The Fast Saga – $721 million

All-Time Domestic

  1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – $936 million
  2. Avengers: Endgame – $858 million
  3. Avatar -$760 million
  4. Black Panther – $700 million
  5. Avengers: Infinity War – $678 million
  6. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $668.7 million

All-Time Worldwide

  1. Avatar – $2.845 billion
  2. Avengers: Endgame – $2.797 billion
  3. Titanic – $2.207 billion
  4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – $2.064 billion
  5. Avengers: Infinity War – $2.048 billion
  6. Jurassic World – $1.669 billion
  7. The Lion King – $1.654 billion
  8. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $1.53 billion


Marvel Cinematic Universe (Worldwide)

  1. Avengers: Endgame – $1.939 billion
  2. Avengers: Infinity War – $1.369 billion
  3. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $1.53 billion

Related: Spider-Man: No Way Home Continues Box Office Reign with $33M Haul


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Spider-Man: No Way Home

The pandemic’s impact on cinema audience numbers has been as unpredictable as the Covid virus itself, with movies that should have drawn people in failing to break $100 million on their opening weekends and that included offerings from Marvel. While some movies weren’t helped out by dual releases on streaming platforms, there is also another issue that has mostly been ignored when it comes to the reason why so many films have continued to struggle to perform.

Decades ago, a new movie released in cinemas would not see a home media release for around a year, with the film then taking at least another year to be seen on TV. Thanks to the pandemic, those unsure whether to venture out to a cinema have only a couple of months to wait to get their hands on their own copy of new movies making it much more likely that some will just wait rather than spend so much money to see a movie once then they can see it so soon after in the comfort of their own homes.


Regardless of this, Spider-Man: No Way Home’s continued dominance of the box office must have given Marvel Studios a good feeling about some of their upcoming movies this year with strong returns expected for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. It is also an undeniable sign that the demand for more MCU movies is certainly not waning in any way.



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