SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Is Now The Sixth Highest-Grossing Movie Of All Time

As Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to pack 'em in worldwide, the Sony Pictures threequel has swung past Jurassic World at the global box office to become the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time.

Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to be a major draw five weeks on from its release, and Sony Pictures' critically-acclaimed superhero flick has now officially become the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time.

Jon Watts' Spidey threequel has taken in an amazing $1.69B worldwide, swinging past Jurassic World ($1.67B) and The Lion King ($1.662B) as it climbs close to the #5 position. $970.1M comes from international box office (it should hit $1 billion overseas), with a domestic total of $721M+. No Way Home has also made it into IMAX's top 10 releases after adding $2.7M worldwide this weekend, and is currently the No. 9 highest-grossing IMAX movie globally.

This would be an impressive feat under any circumstances, but in the midst of a pandemic and without a release in China, it's pretty damn spectacular.

That domestic cume also makes No Way Home the fourth highest-grossing movie of all time in The United States and Canada, and analysts believe it could ultimately beat Avatar to claim the #3 spot. It will need to take in another $40.1 million to do so, but audience interest does not seem to be waning, so it is possible.

In related BO news, Paramount's Scream revival added another $10.2M from 54 markets, taking its worldwide total to $85M.

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