'Spider-Man: No Way Home' box office collection day 4: Tom Holland starrer swings past the Rs 100 crore mark | English Movie News

Tom Holland’s ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home‘ has been on a record-breaking spree at the domestic and international box office.

The film has officially crossed the 100-crore mark in just four days of its release at the Indian box office. The superhero film that enjoyed one of the biggest openings for a Hollywood release in India, earned an estimated Rs 29 crore nett, states a report on boxofficeindia.com.

After earning Rs 32 crore on Thursday, Rs 20 crore on Friday and Rs 26 crore on Saturday, the film’s total now stands at an estimated, Rs 108 crore.

On the international front, the film racked up a head-spinning USD 253 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales over the weekend, setting a pandemic record and ranking as the third-biggest debut in Hollywood history even as a new COVID-19 variant spreads.

Around the globe, ‘No Way Home’ generated an additional USD 334.2 million for a worldwide weekend total of USD 587.2 million, according to estimates from distributor Sony Corp.

The blockbuster returns delivered a much-needed jolt to cinema companies that have struggled to draw crowds during the pandemic. U.S. and Canadian ticket sales crushed the most optimistic projections from last week, when analysts deemed USD 200 million a long shot.

‘No Way Home’ finished just behind ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and ahead of the Star Wars film ‘The Force Awakens.’

Leading man Tom Holland, who will soon by back on the big screen as the friendly neighbourhood spiderman, offered gratitude to all his fans for showing their love. “Thank you thank you thank you and if you haven’t seen Spider-Man no way home yet … merry Christmas and you know what to do,” he wrote on Instagram.

Directed by Jon Watts, ‘No Way Home’ picks up after Peter Parker‘s identity is revealed to the world, sending his world as well as those of his girlfriend MJ’s, Aunt May’s and best friend Ned’s into a spin. In an attempt to return to normalcy, Parker confides in Doctor Strange and asks the Sorcerer Supreme to cast a spell making the world forget that he is Spider-Man.

The incantation goes awry, unleashing a multiverse of villains from the universes of other Spider-Men, including Willem Dafoe‘s Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx‘s Electro and Alfred Molina‘s Doctor Otto Octavius.

The film had a wide release in India and was also dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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