SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Expected To Become Sony's Highest-Grossing Movie Ever Worldwide After This Weekend

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Expected To Become Sony's Highest-Grossing Movie Ever Worldwide After This Weekend

Spider-Man: Far From Home is projected to reach $1.109 billion worldwide on Sunday, which would surpass 2012's Skyfall ($1.108B) and make it Sony's highest-grossing movie ever at the worldwide box office.

Sony could have a new highest-grossing movie very soon as Spider-Man: Far From Home is projected to swing past Skyfall at the worldwide box office by the end of this weekend.

Deadline projects that by tomorrow (Sunday) Far From Home, which opened in early July, will have earned $1.109B worldwide. This would make it Sony's highest-grossing film ever at the worldwide box office, surpassing 2012's Skyfall, which sits at $1.108B.

According to Box Office Mojo, Spider-Man: Far From Home has currently grossed $374.6M domestically and $726.2M intertionally. Deadline estimates the blockbuster sequel's box office split will hit $376M domestic and $733M international through Sunday.

Far From Home is already the highest-grossing film out of all of the Spider-Man movies, and by a wide margin. It surpassed Spider-Man 3 ($890.9M WW) back in July. It also became the first Spidey movie to pass the $1 billion mark worldwide back in July,  and the only non-Disney title to reach the global milestone this year. Of course, Marvel Studios' creative involvement could have something to do with the film's success.

Surprisingly, Far From Home is only third on Sony's all-time domestic charts, behind 2002's Spider-Man ($403.7M) and current No. 1 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ($404.5M). It'll be interesting to see how Sony's box office shakes out when the sequel Jumanji: The Next Level rumbles into theaters later this year.
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