Spider-Man: No Way Home is now the sixth highest-grossing film of all time

With over $1,690 million, Spider-Man: No Way Home (Spider-Man: No way home) has become the sixth-highest-grossing film of all time.

Since its release in mid-December 2021, the film, directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland, has grossed $721 million at the US box office and $970 million in other international markets. A resounding success that was also enjoyed in the United Kingdom, where it has become the fourth highest-grossing film in history.

The achievement of Tom Holland’s third solo film as Spider-Man is still something to be grateful for considering the current pandemic situation and the film has not yet been released in one of the two major markets besides the United States, China.

A release in the Asian giant could be the necessary credit for the film to hit the $2,048 million Avengers: Infinity War, the fifth-highest-grossing film in history, or even the $2,069 million Star Wars: Awakening of the Powers, which placed fourth.

Unattainable for Spider-Man: No Way Home seems to brand Titanic (2,200 million), Avengers: Engame (2,797 million) and Avatar (2,847 million) which completes the podium of the highest-grossing films in cinema history, without taking inflation into account.

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