Spider-Man: Far From Home Rules Worldwide Box Office as It Nears $850 Million

Toy Story 4 was the second biggest performer this weekend.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Rules Worldwide Box Office as It Nears $850 Million

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Tom Holland as Spider-Man in Far From Home

  • Spider-Man: Far From Home released July 4 in India
  • Its global box office total stands at $847 million
  • Avengers: Endgame is now at $2.78 billion

Spider-Man: Far From Home added $145.3 million (about Rs. 995.88 crores) over this past weekend at the worldwide box office, taking its global total close to $850 million (about Rs. 5,825 crores). In just two weekends, the newest chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has come close to the record for the highest-grossing Spider-Man movie of all time — 2007's Spider-Man 3 ($890.8 million) — which it should have a good shot at achieving considering its 17-day performance. For now, it's the third highest-grossing Spider-Man movie, behind its direct predecessor Spider-Man: Homecoming ($880.2 million) and Spider-Man 3, and the fourth if you count spin-offs: Venom ($856 million).

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Of that additional $145.3 million weekend gross, Spider-Man: Far From Home brought in $45.3 million (about Rs. 310.48 crores) from its home market of the US, and an estimated $100 million (about Rs. 685.4 crores) from the rest of the world. Currently, the US / non-US total split for Far From Home stands at 32.4 to 67.6 percent, with $274 million (about Rs. 1,878 crores) versus $572.5 million (about Rs. 3,924 crores).

Outside the US, the biggest markets for the Spider-Man film have been China ($191.8 million), South Korea ($49.7 million), UK ($28.6 million), Mexico ($24.1 million), Brazil ($18 million), Australia ($20.1 million), France ($14.8 million), Indonesia ($15.9 million), Russia ($17 million) and Germany ($11.1 million). In India, Spider-Man: Far From Home grossed Rs 12.1 crores (about $1.76 million) over the weekend, taking its local total to Rs. 73.16 crores (about $10.67 million), per numbers provided by Sony Pictures Entertainment India.

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While Sony Pictures' Marvel Studios co-production was ruling the worldwide box office, Disney-Pixar's excellent Toy Story 4 finished a fair bit behind to claim the runner-up spot for this weekend, with $68.76 million (about Rs. 471.37 crores) globally. New markets this weekend included Japan ($15.3 million) and Hong Kong ($4.6 million), setting records for having the largest opening of all time for a Disney Animation / Pixar film in both. Germany (August 15) is now the only country where it has yet to release.

Toy Story 4 has now earned $771 million (about Rs. 5,285 crores) since its release, making it the second highest-grossing Toy Story film of all time behind Toy Story 3 ($1.067 billion), and the seventh highest-grossing Pixar movie of all time, behind Coco ($807.1 million), Inside Out ($857.6 million), Finding Nemo ($899.2 million), Finding Dory ($1.028 billion), Toy Story 3, and Incredibles 2 ($1.242 billion).

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Meanwhile, Avengers: Endgame continued its pursuit of Avatar's all-time record, as it added another $2.8 million (about Rs. 19.19 crores) worldwide this weekend. That pushes its global total to $2.78 billion (about Rs. 19,057 crores), which is still $7.16 million (about Rs. 49.08 crores) off from Avatar at $2.788 billion (about Rs. 19,110 crores). Thanks to its re-release, Endgame's total box office gross in India now stands at over $61.45 million (about Rs. 421.26 crores).


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Akhil Arora
Akhil Arora covers entertainment for Gadgets 360, interviewing stars such as Christian Bale and Anurag Kashyap, covering series premieres, product and service launches across the globe, and looking at American blockbusters and Indian dramas from a global socio-political and feminist perspective. As a Rotten Tomatoes-certified film critic, Akhil has reviewed over 150 movies and TV shows in over half a decade at Gadgets 360. When he is not completely caught up with new film and TV releases, Akhil ...More
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