It’s the hottest ticket in town, but let’s be honest: who would have thought it wasn’t? Spider-Man: Far From Home has collapsed cinema chains and ticket gates across the country, with large numbers of people placing bets — in numbers certainly not seen since before the pandemic — trying to get a seat at the show. opening night screening. Everyone wants to see Alfred MolinaNew feature of the eight-pin Doc Ock, Willem DafoeGreen Goblin’s sculpted butt, and two is different Spider-Man isn’t in the movie at all — of course.
Because the Box Office Pro, this initial enthusiasm translated into projected numbers for a strong opening weekend. According to the box office forecaster, “the capper trilogy created demand much earlier than any pandemic era and on par with pre-pandemic blockbusters in Avengers and Star Wars franchise “. They also point to the film’s massive social media impact,” blowing away any comparisons with films released in the past two years, with Twitter’s appeal especially distinctively drives more conversations than any externally tracked headline Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Force Awakens“It can be said that it is a pretty big mark.
Due to this great performance on ticketing sites and social media, they are currently forecasting There is no way home grossed $190 to $250 million in its domestic opening weekend, with an expected domestic close of $520 to $690 million. However, they note that “while virtually all signage continues to point north towards [the film], every indicator and forecast remains underlined by potential volatility and changing consumer habits. “There will certainly be concerns around the Omicron variant. or worse, slamming their doors.
Either way, the future is looking good for Spidey in the MCU — in fact, producer Amy Pascal went on record, recently, with the desire to make another Spidey trilogy with Holland at the helm. “This isn’t the last movie we’ll be doing with Marvel – [this is not] The Last Spider-Man movie. We’re doing the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel, it’s not part of the… we were thinking these are three movies, and now we’re going to see the next three. follow,” she said. When things go well!
Directed by longtime conductor Spidey Jon Watts, Spider-Man: There’s no way home stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, Benedict Wong, Molina, Dafoe, and Jamie Foxx, among others. It premieres exclusively on December 17.
The classic sensory image features Spider-Man trying to hold the multiverses together.
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https://collider.com/spider-man-no-way-home-opening-weekend-box-office-predictions/ No Way Home is predicted to make $190-$200 million by opening weekend