Marvel’s plan to end 2021 with a blockbuster bang is off to a strong start as Spider-Man: No Way Home saw strong ticket sales for its Thursday night preview at the US box office. The massive $50 million haul is an especially impressive figure for a film released in the current pandemic era of cinema, and completely crushes the $13.2 million taken in by Marvel’s previous preview night for Black Widow.
No Way Home’s early success has even eclipsed the first Tom Holland MCU Spider-Man film’s preview night numbers, as that movie took in $15.4 million in 2017.
According to Deadline, Spider-Man: No Way Home is predicted to make over $100 million on opening day in the US, a figure that’s backed up by cinema chains AMC and Cinemark reporting positive ticket sales, while online ticket seller Fandango has also seen some of its best day one sales since the start of the pandemic.
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