“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” made a great start at the box office in the United States with $120.5 million. The movie did better than expected and had the second-biggest opening weekend of the year, behind only “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” with $146 million. It also had the third-biggest opening weekend of any “Spider-Man” movie.
The animated sequel to 2018’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” won an Oscar and is getting good reviews and word-of-mouth buzz. It is also getting a boost from the popularity of its Oscar-winning predecessor. The first movie, which introduced Miles Morales and the idea that “anyone can wear the mask,” began with only $35.5 million in ticket sales.
The sales for the second movie were much higher from the start. But it turned out to have staying power and stayed in theatres for a while, making $384 million worldwide and $190 million in North America.
In its first week at the foreign box office, “Across the Spider-Verse” made another $88.1 million. China was the top country with $17.3 million. So far, the movie has made $208.6 million worldwide.
David a. Gross, who runs the movie consulting company franchise entertainment research, says, “This is a great start for a follow-up animated movie.” “‘spider-verse’ took a popular superhero and gave the story a new look and voice, making it a unique experience.”
“Across the Spider-verse,” rated pg and cost $100 million to make, was directed by Joaquim dos Santos, kemp powers, and justin k. Thompson. In the story, Miles and gwen stacy (also known as “Spider-woman”) try to save their fellow Spider-people from a bad guy called “The Spot.” shame Moore and hailee steinfeld are back to play Miles and Gwen.
Brian Tyree Henry, issa rae, jason schwartzman, daniel kaluuya, and oscar isaac are also in the voice cast. In 2024, spider-man: beyond the spider-verse, a sequel to the movie, will come out.
The little mermaid from disney came in second place on its second weekend, with a projected $40.6 million from 4,320 theatres and a total of $186.2 million in the united states. The live-action movie’s sales dropped by 58%.
Overseas, the live-action version made another $40.6 million, bringing the total amount made abroad to $140.5 million and the total amount made worldwide to $326.7 million.
With its new horror movie the boogeyman, the disney company also took the third spot on the box office chart. The film 20th century, based on a stephen king story, is expected to do well in its first week in the u.S., making about $12.3 million. Overseas, the movie opened with $7.7 million, giving it a total start of $20 million worldwide.
Disney accounted for two movies in the top five, as marvel’s “Guardians of the galaxy vol. 3” took fourth place with $10.2 million. To date, the superhero threequel has generated $332 million domestically and an impressive $780 million globally.
Universal’s “Fast x” finished out the top five. In its third run, it added $9.2 million from 3,467 locations. It only made $128 million at the local box office, which could be better for a big hit like this. But it did much better at the foreign box office, making $474 million, bringing the total to over $600 million.
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