Box Office: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Swinging to $120 Million Debut

July 8, 2017 - box office

Spider-Man: Homecoming” was already guaranteed a win this weekend as a frame’s usually new far-reaching recover entry, though even Peter Parker wasn’t prepared for these box bureau numbers.

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The Sony-Marvel superhero film is drifting to a $120 million opening, leading even a most confident attention expectations. The sixth Spider-Man film in only over 15 years netted $50.5 million on Friday from 4,248 locations.

Tom Holland’s initial pitch as Spider-Man will finish Sunday as Sony’s second-highest opening of all time. That creates “Homecoming” also a second-highest opening for a “Spider-Man” movie, descending only brief of “Spider-Man 3’s” then-record violation $151.1 million entrance behind in 2007. It is now also a fourth film to launch to over $100 million domestically this year, following “Beauty and a Beast,” “Guardians of a Galaxy Vol. 2,” and “Wonder Woman.”



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But America wasn’t only into celebrating superheroes this weekend, a evildoers of “Despicable Me 3” and “Baby Driver” also got some love. The fourth film in a Minions authorization took in about $11 million from 4,535 theaters on Friday, environment it adult for a $37 million second support for Universal and Illumination.

In a second weekend, TriStar, MRC, Working Title, Big Talk, and Sony’s “Baby Driver” is expected to collect up another $12.5 million after creation off with a scarcely $4 million heist from 3,226 locations on Friday.

Despite “Spider-Man’s” corner on a superhero genre this weekend, “Wonder Woman” still managed to supplement another $3 million to a domestic cume on Friday. By finish of day Sunday, a DC-Warner Bros. skill will supplement another $10 million to a $720 million worldwide total.

“Transformers: The Last Knight” finishes as No. 5, holding in only underneath $2 million on Friday. The fifth film in a Paramount authorization is approaching to make only $6 million this weekend.

“Cars 3,” “The House,” “The Big Sick,” “47 Meters Down,” and “The Beguiled” turn out a tip ten.

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