Spider-Man Box Office Collections: Despite the threat of a rapidly spreading form of coronavirus, Spider-Man: No Way Home grossed $253 million at the box office in its opening weekend, shattering a pandemic-era record. Hollywood has been struggling from pandemic-related movie theatre closures and studio production delays that began 18 months ago, but it has been attempting to mount a comeback in recent months.
The reopening was difficult due to competition from streaming services and a hesitant moviegoing audience, and now the Omicron variant of Covid-19 threatens a new wave of limitations. With overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics, who gave the friendly neighborhood Spider-latest man's a 94 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Spider-Man No Way Home became the first film to open to more than $100 million
The PG-13-rated film's $253 million three-day North American gross came from 4,336 cinemas, with a per-screen average of $58,348. It received an additional $334.2 million from 60 overseas countries, the largest of which was the United Kingdom, which received $41.4 million. Given below is Spider-Man Box Office No Way Home box office collection day 6 worldwide report.
It has grossed close to $360 million in ticket sales in its first 6 days in theatres throughout the world, increasing its global total to $617.2 million against a production budget of $200 million. The film has yet to be released in areas such as Thailand and Japan, and there is no scheduled release date for China.