Spider-Man: No Way Home Is Officially Sony’s Highest-Grossing Movie Ever

The 27th MCU movie Spider-Man: No Way Home is officially on top, at least when it comes to movies that Sony released in its long history. No Way Home grossed $1.161 billion worldwide so far, surpassing its predecessor Spider-Man: Far From Home, which grossed $1.132 billion back in 2019.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is the first movie that joined the billion-dollar club since Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which was released in December 2019. That also makes No Way Home the highest-grossing movie of the pandemic era.

No Way Home concluded the Spider-Man Home trilogy, but producers Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige announced that the fourth installment is already in development. Main star Tom Holland still remains coy about his future as Spider-Man, but given the movie’s ending, it’s almost safe to say that we’ll see web-slinger again in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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“For the first time in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, our friendly neighborhood hero’s identity is revealed, bringing his Super Hero responsibilities into conflict with his normal life and putting those he cares about most at risk. When he enlists Doctor Strange’s help to restore his secret, the spell tears a hole in their world, releasing the most powerful villains who’ve ever fought a Spider-Man in any universe. Now, Peter will have to overcome his greatest challenge yet, which will not only forever alter his own future but the future of the Multiverse.“ — Spider-Man: No Way Home, official synopsis

Directed by Jon Watts, and starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, Jamie Foxx, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Benedict Wong, Tony Revolori, and Marisa Tomei, Spider-Man: No Way Home now plays in theaters.

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