Spider-Man, Spider-Man, he just raked $1 billion in the can.
That’s right folks, Marvel’s webbed hero has officially joined the $1 billion dollar club, as Spider-Man: Far From Home swung past the box office milestone globally.
Additionally, it’s only the second Sony movie to become a member of the billion-dollar club behind 2012 James Bond entry Skyfall at $1.1 billion. Sony becomes the first studio besides Disney to boast the milestone since Universal’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom earned $1.3 billion a year ago. It is also the first solo Spider-Man film to reach $1 billion at the global box office.
The summer blockbuster accomplished the feat Thursday. Its domestic total through the day is an estimated $333 million, while it has grossed $672 million overseas for a total $1.005 billion. The film marks the third Marvel Studios-produced film to reach $1 billion, after Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame.
After North America, China is the top-grossing market ($204 million), followed by South Korea ($56 million), U.K. ($36 million), Mexico ($30 million), Japan ($26 million), Brazil ($25 million), Australia ($24 million), Russia ($20 million) and France ($20 million), among others.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently in theatres everywhere.