Spider-Man: No Way Home became Sony Pictures’ highest-grossing film of all time at the worldwide box office with $1.16B. This surpasses the global total of its predecessor, 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, which finaled at $1.13B. The split on the Tom Holland/Zendaya/Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer through Tuesday is $516.4M domestic and $644.9M at the international box office.
The last movie to gross more than $1bn was 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, according to media data analytics firm Comscore.
Overseas, the film added $28.4M on Tuesday, a scant 5.6% drop from Monday’s $30.1M.
Already becoming the No. 1 movie of 2021 worldwide as it swung past $1B last weekend, Spider-Man: No Way Home is now the No. 1 title of the year overseas for all Hollywood releases, overtaking No Time To Die. Currently ahead of No Way Home are a trio of Chinese movies before Peter Parker can claim the overall No. 1 spot.
The film has not been released in China, which is currently the world’s biggest cinema market.
Spider-Man: No Way Home sees Tom Holland return as the third iteration of Peter Parker alongside Zendaya’s MJ and Benedict Cumberbatch as the sorcerer Doctor Strange.