With the inclusion of Tuesday’s global business, Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has crossed the half billion mark worldwide, earning 506.3 million dollars until yesterday.
Domestically, the sequel directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson has done 290.4 million dollars native so far. International Article contributed 215.9 million dollars to date.
Beyond the spider web just opened today in Korea, its last major market, landing at #2 with $596K (including previews). He narrowly missed out on #1, just embarrassed by the local cheater Summary: There is no way out. Korea’s current number on the animated arachnid is not reflected in the above totals.
The film initially bowed to $209 million worldwide in the first weekend of June, snagging Sony’s biggest animated release of all time. It also did well in China with an 8.9 from critics on Douban at the time, the highest ever for a Marvel title, and a 9.4 from audiences on Maoyan.
In the initial group, Europe was the largest region, followed by Asia and Latin America. The film has consistently clicked past milestones since with great reviews and strong word of mouth; it has a 96% fresh score from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and a 95% audience score.
Japan released the pic last weekend with $2.8 million, surpassing 2018’s opening Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with 82%.
Top 5 international cashier markets for Beyond the spider web until today they are China at $42.5 million, followed by uk with 26.1 million dollars, Mexico with 24.2 million dollars, Australia with 15 million dollars and Brazil to 10.4 million dollars.
The film was produced by Avi Arad, Amy Pascal, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Christina Steinberg.