The film's actually been playing since Tuesday, which means it's generated a massive $185 million over its first six days of release, only slightly behind the six-day cume of Captain Marvel It's also the sixth-biggest opening weekend ever for a movie that didn't debut on a Friday. If anything, this just proves that wrong and the studio will be energized to continue.
The character also played a prominent role in a recent Amazing Spider-Man story called "Hunted", where he gathered together dozens of animal-themed supervillains for the wealthy elite of the Marvel Universe to hunt.
In the worldwide box office, the movie has not done badly either with $218.5 million already made and even more expected to follow. Going a step further, Kravinoff dons his own Spider-Man outfit and goes about capturing criminals so that he can prove to himself that he is better than the now-totally-dead Spidey. There isn't another PG-13 tentpole blockbuster for a whole month, so the road ahead for Far From Home looks to be pretty solid.
"'Spider-Man: Far From Home' hitting $1 billion will be a very big deal as it will be the first Spider-Man film to reach that milestone, and it's another reason why Sony will be smart to keep Spider-Man part of the MCU beyond the end of Tom Holland's six-movie contract", he said. "It's just the trick of how do you do Kraven in a movie?" Another entrant, Hereditary director Ari Aster's new horror movie Midsommar, made $6.7 million to finish No. 6.
In third, Universal's Beatles tribute Yesterday earned another US$10 million for a North American haul of US$36 million.
In fifth was Disney's live-action remake of 'Aladdin, ' taking in $7.6 million in its seventh week out. The movie doesn't only break records, but is on its way to become one of the highest grossing chapters in the MCU series.