There’s no time to die was in theaters for almost two months by the time it surpassed the $726 million box office Fast & Furious 9 to become Hollywood blockbuster has the highest grossing about the pandemic, and Daniel Craig’s last film as James Bond since then grossed an impressive $774 million.
Of course, Spider-Man: There’s no way home was always destined to clear that record, and in twice as fast. How long has it taken for the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to become the highest-grossing US entry in theaters since December 2019 Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker? Seven days.
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Going into what is poised to become another fascinating weekend both at home and abroad, There’s no way home currently reaching the figure of $813 million. That means tomorrow it will surpass China’s big hit Hi Mom822 million dollars of Battle of Changjin Lake to claim the top spot at the end of Sunday.
Next on the checklist will be the billion dollar threshold, which seems to be easy to spot based on how Spider-Man: There’s no way home has been active so far, as records continue to break at its feet.
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