SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Tops $900 Million Internationally For Spectacular $1.625 Billion Global Total

The latest numbers are in for the international box office, and Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to swing to new heights. We also have updates on the latest Scream movie and The Matrix Resurrections...

During its fifth weekend of release, Spider-Man: No Way Home managed to swing past the $900 million mark at the international box office for a running total of $926.3 million. The threequel earned an additional $33.4 million overseas this weekend, and its worldwide total now sits at $1.625 billion. 

Once again, it's worth reiterating that the movie achieved this feat without China. However, Latin America has been kind to the wall-crawler because Spider-Man: No Way Home is now the highest-grossing movie of all time in Mexico! Another interesting stat is the fact the blockbuster has earned over $100 million on IMAX screens, making it only the 11th movie in history to hit that benchmark.

It's not all about Spider-Man, though, because Scream has so far grossed $48.6 million worldwide. That's not a bad start, and is actually 57% more than Halloween Kills and 23% above Scream 4.

Marvel Studios might have been frozen out of the Middle Kingdom this year, but The Matrix Resurrections did arrive in China this weekend. While it debuted at #1, it appears piracy has really hurt Lana Wachowski's latest movie because it grossed a lowly $7.5 million. It's likely to only earn around $15 million in the country, and with a global $140 million to date, don't bank on a sequel happening.

How much higher Spider-Man: No Way Home goes is likely to be dependant on a lot of different factors, but Sony Pictures has to be overjoyed after seeing numbers like these in the "pandemic era."

Click HERE to check out some surprising new details about the Marvel blockbuster.

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