Nope, this isn’t an illusion.
Spider-Man: Far From Home scored a spectacular six-day launch of $185.1 million from 4,634 North American theaters, including a near-record $93.6 million over July Fourth weekend. Globally, the Sony/Marvel Studios feature has amassed $580 million.
The superhero pic came in above expectations, beating the $117 million, three-day opening of its immediate predecessor, Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film opened to critical acclaim and very positive word of the mouth from viewers, scoring an A-rating on CinemaScore.
Disney’s Toy Story 4 ranked at 2nd at the box office as it raked in $34.3 million for the weekend and blew past the $300 million mark domestically. The film has tallied $650 million in worldwide ticket sales.
Universal and Working Title’s Beatle-centric pic Yesterday came in third with a weekend tally of $10.8 million. The Himesh Patel-led film now has a 10-day domestic cume of $36.9 million, while it’s global total is $57 million.
At four was Annabelle Comes Home with a sophomore weekend gross of $9.8 million. The movie has earned $50.2 million stateside and a worldwide total of $134.8 million.
Finally, rounding out the top 5 is Disney’s Aladdin — which crossed the $900 million mark at the global box office Friday. The film remained in the top 5 for its seventh weekend with $7 million-plus.