‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Global Box Office Set To Potentially Exceed $290M
One of the most anticipated films of 2021 is finally arriving with fans in a frenzy to finally see the latest chapter of Peter Parker’s MCU adventure take place, with the anticipation reaching a fever pitch it appears as though Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s global box office is set to potentially exceed $290 Million.
The reverberations of 2020 and the global COVID-19 pandemic still loom large over life today and many industries find it near impossible – approaching two years since its arrival – to recover from it completely.
One of the industries hit the hardest from the pandemic is the movie industry.
With a pause on nearly all productions, new protocols involved in producing a film, and the financial implications of the continually shut down cinemas around the country, film saw a bleak future rekindling the magic connection it has had with its consumers amidst a fearful and restrictive environment.
Streaming became king and traveled the path brought forth by public-health shutdowns to protect us all from the deadly disease.
Although streaming stood as the primary means for the public to consume entertainment, it appears as though there is light at the end of the tunnel to be seen yet.
And that light is emanating from none other than Peter Parker and the Marvel logo.
The Spider-Man: No Way Home global box office is set to potentially exceed $290 million during its opening weekend, with the figure being reported as the bare minimum by Deadline.
The feat would put Spider-Man: No Way Home in uncharted territory, as no film in the last two years, has exceeded $100Millino in its opening weekend.
With advance tickets nearly crashing the internet, Spider-Man: No Way Home is the movie event of the year that even the most casual moviegoer is refusing to miss.
The hope is that this incredibly communal experience will jolt the market back into making the theatrical experience a necessity.
If anyone can do it, it’s Spider-Man.