After a weekend outside the No. 1 slot, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has once again regained its pole position at the domestic box office.
Marvel entry and slasher sequel “Scream” gets locked in an uphill battle this weekend, according to “Variety,” but “No Way Home” is projected to be just ahead of its competition.
Columbia Pictures is doing the project $13.5 million Gross for “Spider-Man: No Way Home” hit its sixth weekend at the domestic box office, down 30 percent from the previous outing.
As “Variety” puts it, “After practically redefining the box office rules of the pandemic era, the mega-hit MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) entry is finally starting to seep down its theatrical run.”
Meanwhile, analysts are predicting that the Tom Holland-led film could overtake “Avatar” from third place on the list of highest-grossing films in North American box office history.
The release is expected to expand its household cumulative income. $720.4 million until Sunday. ,no way home‘ is currently the fourth highest grossing film in domestic box office history.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ ($936 million) and ‘Avengers: Endgame’ ($858 million) is likely to be unreachable at this point, “though Spidey may overtake ‘Avatar’ ($760 million) when all is said and done,” reports ‘Variety’.