Spider Man No Way Home made new worldwide earnings records in the first week

Spider-Man: No Way Home has set new earnings records in the first week of its release. The success of the film can be estimated from the fact that it has earned $ 5.87 billion (about Rs 4,468 crore) in the first week at the worldwide box office. This is the third biggest launch of a Hollywood movie after Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War. While this is the biggest release ever for Sony Pictures. Spider-Man: No Way Home achieved this success without a release in China, while China is known as Hollywood’s second largest market. This week of Spider-Man No Way Home’s release in India has proved to be the second highest opening week for any Hollywood film in the country. This proved to be the biggest opening weekend for IMAX so far.

This earning of about Rs 4,468 crore of Spider-Man No Way Home is divided into two parts. Of this, $2.53 billion (approximately Rs 1,925 crore) is from 4,336 cinemas in the US and Canada, while the remaining $3.34 billion (approximately Rs 2,543 crore) is from 60 regions around the world. This earning of the film is only for five days. If you look at the region-wise collection, the film has earned $ 410 million (about Rs 315 crore) in the UK, $ 32 million (about Rs 246 crore) in Mexico, $ 23 million (about Rs 180 crore) in Australia despite Saturday’s curfew in South Korea. Earned $ 1.87 million (about Rs 138 crore).

After all these countries, Brazil had the second biggest debut of the film in which it earned $ 18 million (about Rs 136 crore), in France $ 17.8 million (about Rs 135 crore), in Russia $ 17.4 million (about Rs 132 crore), Germany had the third highest opening with $ 11 million (approximately Rs 86 crore), Spain with $10.4 million (about Rs 79 crore). With this, the film made the best debut so far in Indonesia with $ 8 million (about Rs 62 crore), Taiwan $ 70.3 million (about Rs 55 crore), Argentina with $ 60.8 million (about Rs 51 crore). The film made its biggest debut in Hong Kong with $60.3 million (approximately Rs 48 crore), in Saudi Arabia with $50.2 million (approximately Rs 39 crore). The movie has so far earned $ 5 million (about Rs 38 crore) in Malaysia and $ 4 million (about Rs 31 crore) in the UAE.

Spider-Man No Way Home in Ecuador was $30.7 million (approximately Rs 28 crore), Israel $20.7 million (approximately Rs 20 crore), Ukraine $20.4 million (approximately Rs 180 crore) in New Zealand $20.3 million (approximately 180 million rupees). Rupees), has earned $10.4 million (about Rs 10 crore) in Turkey and $10.3 million (about Rs 9.9 crore) in Egypt. Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to release in Thailand on 23 December, Japan on 7 January and Norway on 14 January. While no release date has been announced for China yet.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has not only broken records for IMAX but also has the best launch ever for Sony Pictures on the big screen by earning $36 million (approximately Rs.275 crore) in IMAX. It was the biggest opening for IMAX since Avengers: Endgame in April 2019. Apart from India, the film also made the best opening for IMAX in Italy, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. The film has earned tremendously in IMAX for Sony Pictures in 50 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Russia, Taiwan, UAE and UK.

Warner Bros has released The Matrix Resurrections in some countries in the past week. The new Matrix movie has grossed $90.2 million (approximately Rs 70 crore) in Russia, Japan, Thailand as well as four more regions. Of these, the film earned $30.9 million (approximately Rs 29 crore) in Russia and Japan alone, while it earned $7.94 million (approximately Rs 6 crore) in Thailand. It proved to be the third biggest opening of the year 2021 in the country. The Matrix Resurrections is going to release in 71 more countries this week, in which it is being released in India and America on 22 December. It is also releasing on HBO Max on the first day in the US.