Spider-Man: Far From Home Climbs to $25.2 Million on Fourth of July

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Sony’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home” swung into theaters this July 4th and soared to $25.2 million— the second-highest Independence Day take of all time. Tom Holland and the cast have been on a worldwide media blitz for the film creating a huge buzz. Fans are excited to see how Peter Parker goes on in a world without Tony Stark. Far From Home is teased to take place after Spidey comes back home from the huge battle in Avengers: Endgame.

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” has taken in more than $91 million in its first three days and could be on track to take in at least $60 million more during the Friday-Sunday weekend. That should leave the Marvel tentpole well above studio forecasts, which have remained at $125 million for the first six days.

Sony reported Friday that “Spider-Man: Far From Home” has grossed $310 million globally in its first seven days of release with $218.5 million from international markets. The tentpole opened last weekend in China with an impressive $97 million.


Heather Adamczak