‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Bites Into Newcomers With $45 Million Weekend

Published on Jul 13, 2019

Sony’s second weekend of “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is dominating North American moviegoing with around $45 million, taking in more than the combined totals of the next three titles — “Toy Story 4,” “Crawl” and “Stuber.”

Should Saturday estimates hold, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” will wind up the weekend with $275 million in domestic grosses in its first 13 days at 4,634 locations. The 23rd entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe should top the $44 million second weekend of 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which also starred Tom Holland as the teenage webslinger. “Spider-Man: Far From Home”has also generated $392 million internationally for a global tally of $635 million.

Disney’s fourth weekend of “Toy Story 4” will finish a distant second with $21 million, followed by the openings of Paramount’s alligator disaster movie “Crawl” with about $11 million and Fox’s buddy comedy “Stuber” with about $8 million.

Toy Story 4” is showing impressive staying power with a 37% decline.

Read full article at: Variety - Film News

Author: Dave McNary