Spider-Man: No box-office record of spider verse sets



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Spider-Man's new movie, Into the Spider-Verse, is not only a hit with critics, but it's also doing great box office deals.

The film debuted last weekend and grossed $ 35.4 million in the first three days in the United States. This sets a new all-time record for any animated film released in December. Spider-Verse was the # 1 movie of the weekend, with Clint Eastwood's The Mule ($ 17.2 million), coming in second in the three-day period.

Into the Spider-Verse has an incredible A + CinemaScore rating from movie goers, suggesting that the film will perform well on its second weekend and potentially beyond.

With its international box office added, Into the Spider-Verse has already grossed $ 56.4 million after just one weekend. The film had a reported budget of $ 90 million.

Into the Spider-Verse is just the latest movie from Spider-Man by Sony, which licenses Spider-Man and other characters from Marvel. Sony's previous Spider-Man movie, the Venom spin-off, was a big box office hit, grossing more than $ 850 million.

Into the Spider-Verse presents the voice of Shameik Moore as Miles Morales in the title role.

In the critique of GameSpot's Into the Spider-Verse, Meg Downey wrote that the film is a "classic of instant animation and, with some luck, the company of many of its kind."

You can see the chart of the top 10 box office, as rounded by EW. It's noteworthy that Peter Jackson's Morton Engines and other veterans of Lord of the Rings are starting slow and may end up losing $ 100 million or more.

December 14-16

  1. Spiderman: on the back of the spider – US $ 35.4 million
  2. The Mule – US $ 17.2 million
  3. The Grinch – US $ 11.6 million
  4. Ralph Breaks the Internet – US $ 9.6 million
  5. Mortal Engines – US $ 7.5 million
  6. Creed II – US $ 5.4 million
  7. Bohemian Rhapsody – US $ 4.1 million
  8. Nstant family – US $ 3.72 million
  9. Fantastic Animals: The Crimes of Grindelwald – US $ 3.65 million
  10. Green Paper – US $ 2.8 million

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