Worldwide collection of Spider Man: No Way Home is $1.37 billion, India’s earning crosses Rs 200 crore

Spider-Man: No Way Home became the 12th highest-grossing film of all time with a worldwide box-office collection of $1.37 billion (about ₹10,194 crore) on New Year’s Weekend. With this the new Spider-Man movie has become Sony Pictures’ biggest movie ever. Its previous film Spider-Man: Far From Home did a business of $1.131 billion (about Rs 8,416 crore) in 2019. At the same time, talking about India, it has proved to be the third biggest Hollywood film. Let us tell you, Spider-Man: No Way Home has made its name in the list of highest grossers without the help of Chinese market in the third week of its release. The film keeps releasing in China.

The film Spider-Man: No Way Home managed to add $131 million (about Rs 974 crore) to the global box office collection in the New Year weekend. Of this, $52.7 million (approximately Rs 392 crore) came from cinema houses in the US and Canada and the remaining $78.3 million (about Rs 582 crore) came from cinemas in other 61 markets around the world.

It turned out to be the best third weekend ever for a film in North America, with the film grossing $600-million. It is close to $610 million (approximately Rs 4,540 crore), making it the 10th biggest film of all time in the US.

The UK is one of the biggest earning regions for Spiderman: No Way Home with $92.4 million (approximately Rs 687 crore). The film has earned $ 64.9 million (about Rs 483 crore) in Mexico. $51.4 million (approximately Rs 382 crore) in South Korea, $50.2 million in France (approximately Rs 373 crore), Australia $42 million (approximately Rs 312 crore), Brazil $40.2 million (approximately Rs 299 crore), India $34.2 million (approximately Rs. 260 crores), Russia $34 million (approximately Rs 253 crores), Germany $29.5 million (approximately Rs 219 crores) and Indonesia $22.9 million (approximately Rs 170 crores). The film will release in Japan on January 7.