Spider-Man: Far From Home, which received highly positive reviews from critics (90% on Rotten Tomatoes with a 7.45 average score) and audiences (95% on Rotten Tomatoes) has now grossed $US 1 billion at the global box office. In North America, Sony and Marvel's joint gig is projected to hit $333 million by end of day Thursday, and those numbers are only headed in one direction - particularly as we approach the weekend.
Far from Home's predecessor, 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, revived the Spidey franchise, and was the series' previous record holder, with $880 million in ticket sales.
This is an Avenger bouncing with giddy energy and child-like enthusiasm, who longs for some semblance of teenage life after the calamitous events of Infinity War and its wildly successful sequel.
With this new title, Spider-Man faces one more hurdle, that is, if Marvel wants to make a third solo film. Long may he reign.
Spider-Man: Far From Home scored business for over a billion dollars, which makes the film devoted to ' Spider-Man 's most successful ever.
It joins Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel as the only two films to cross that benchmark globally in 2019. While Spider-Man 3 made a mere $18 million in China in 2007, Far From Home has made over $200 million. However, there is always a chance the movie could fall a bit short, so grab a ticket while you can, this could be the last time to see Spider-Man on the big screen for quite some time!