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."

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