Due to the release of Pushpa, Spider Man No Way Home dropped on the second but still managed to bring in more solid numbers.
Spider Man : Homecoming, starring Tom Holland, re-booted the series after the The Amazing Spider-Man met with not-so-great response from the audience especially after the well-liked Sam Raimi directed films. Spider Man : Homecoming did very well when it got released in 2017 earning a staggering $880 million worldwide, including $334 million alone from US market. Spider-Man movies are very popular in India and Marvel has done a phenomenal job by featuring the Spider-Man characters in the other superheroes movies including The Avengers series.
Spider Man No Way Home Vs Avengers Endgame Vs Avengers – Infinity War 1st Day Advance Booking – Check Out Which Marvel Film Earned More
Thanks to the spellbinding trailer of Spider Man No Way Home, which brings back all the villains from the previous films right from Green Goblin and Dr Octopus at the end, the advance booking for Spider man No Way Home had already kicked off at 8.30 PM on Sunday. Equipped with stellar reviews (currently it is sitting at 95% fresh rating in Rotten Tomatoes from 198 critics), Spider Man No Way Home had opened to 60-70% occupancy in the morning shows across India on Thursday and grew more in the evening and night shows, collecting Rs 32.67 crore on its first day from 3264 screens and easily beating the opening day figure of Akshay Kumar starrer Sooryavanshi which collected a staggering Rs 26.29 crore and Avengers : Infinity War opening day which had collected Rs 31.30 crores from 2000 screens. With this collection, Spider Man No Way Home is now the second-highest opening film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in India after Avengers: Endgame which had collected Rs 53.10 crores from 2845 screens in 2019.
As per the early trade estimates, the super hero drama suffered a significant drop in the South region due to the release of Allu Arvind's much awaited Pushpa which collected a massive amount. The latest spidey flick dropped and minted Rs 23-23.50 crore on the second day and brought the two days figure to Rs 55-56 crore. The numbers should bump up again today as the audience reviews have been encouraging.
In the latest spider man flick, Peter Parker seeks help from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to reverse the time to rectify everything. Unfortunately, as he goes back in time when nobody knew Spider-Man, he also gets introduces to the old villains and that is where he might also gets to meet previous Spider-Man characters played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.