Spider Man Homecoming Box Office Collection Headed for $100 Million

Spider Man Homecoming Box Office Collection Headed for 0 Million

Spider man Homecoming movie has successfully made a place in international as well as an Indian audience. The first day of the film was quite decent for the Indian theaters but internationally it has made $25.3 million through Thursday. While the second day had made a gross between $125 Million to $127 million, making it the 3rd best opening for a hollywood movie in this year after xXx – Return Of Xander Cage and Fast and Furious 8.
An Amercian based superhero film Spider-Man: Homecoming co-produced by Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures and distributed by Sony Pictures release is sitting the box-office on fire with the heading to $1oo million. Spider-Man Homecoming is the third elevate of the Spider-man franchise. And is the 16th movie of the Marvel universe. The film starred Laura Harrier, Jacob Baatalon, Tom Holland, Tony Revolori, Zendaya, Donald Glover, Michael Keaton, Tune Daly, Bokeem Woodbine, Marisa Tomei and Robert Downe Jr. in lead role. And Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal being the producers of the film. The film made 60% opening in the international market this weekend
Talking with the Managing Director of Sony Pictures Entertainment of Spider-Man Homecoming, Vivek Krishnani says, ‘We wanted to welcome Spider Man in a different way and and what’s best when people can hear them in their own language. This time it will be larger than the previous Marvel movies.
Sony Marvel’s Spider Man Homecoming is flying high and heading for $100 million in its opening week, trailing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 and Beauty and the Beast with $17million and 416.3 million on Thursday night preview. Though there are major chance that Spider-Man: Homecoming may affect the Bollywood releases, i.e Guest In London and Mom. Because this Friday, Spider-Man: Homecoming has opened over 1,500 screens in India, which is biggest Hollywood screen count where Mom opened 1300 and Guest in London got 1000 screens.


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