By Adam S. Levy for Dailymail.com
Spider-Man: No Way Home passed the $1 billion mark at the international box office over the weekend, as the Sony/Marvel film has grossed over $1.74 billion at the global box office.
The box office hit is the 10th film in history to achieve the milestone, Term reported, after receiving $21.1 million over the weekend in global markets.
The superhero flick is the sixth-highest-grossing film of all time globally and has yet to receive a release date in China, making its international totals more impressive.
Latest: Spider-Man: No Way Home, starring Zendaya and Tom Holland, passed the $1 billion mark at the international box office over the weekend as the Sony/Marvel film grossed over $1.74 billion dollars at the global box office.
The film, which stars Tom Holland and is directed by Jon Watts, grossed $11 million in domestic totals in its seventh week of release, bringing its total domestic gross to $735.9 million. depending on the point of sale.
Spider-Man: No Way Home, which has been the top-earning film for six of its past seven weekends, is closing in on Avatar’s mark of $760 million at the domestic box office, which is the third-highest-grossing film national of all hour.
The film won on a slow weekend at the domestic box office due to a snowstorm in the Northeast and a surge in the number of the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Scream came in second place with $7.4 million, while Sing 2 finished in third place with $4.8 million. Redeeming Love earned $1.9 million for fourth place, and The King’s Man earned $1.8 million for fifth place.
The film, directed by Jon Watts, grossed $11 million in domestic totals in its seventh week of release.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is closing in on Avatar’s mark of $760 million at the domestic box office, which is the third-highest domestic grossing film of all time.
Rounding out the top 10 included The 355 ($1.4 million), American Underdog ($1.2 million), Ghostbusters: Afterlife ($770,000), Licorice Pizza ($691,000), and West Side Story ($614,000).
Movies scheduled to hit theaters next week include the comedy Jackass Forever and the Halle Berry action flick Moonfall.
Other blockbuster movies scheduled for release later in the year include Jurassic World: Dominion, The Batman and Top Gun: Maverick.