Sunday, January 9, 2022

Weekend Box-Office: SPIDER-MAN Overtakes TITANIC While THE 355 Tanks

Weekend Box-Office: SPIDER-MAN Overtakes TITANIC While THE 355 Tanks

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" is still the top movie at the box-office and continues to rake in big money. Meanwhile, the weekend's only new wide release, the female-driven spy thriller "The 355" is 2022's first flop.

Read more about the weekend box-office after the jump.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" holds at No. 1 for a 4th consecutive weekend, grossing 33 million (soft 41% drop from last week), which brings its domestic total to $668.7 million. The film is now the sixth-highest grossing movie at the domestic box office, ahead of James Cameron's "Titanic" ($659.3 million), and it only needs another $10 million to overtake "Avengers: Infinity War" ($678.8 million). No Way Home" also added another $64.4 million from 63 foreign markets, bringing its international cume to $867.5 million, and a worldwide total of $1.53 billion.

Universal/Illumination's "Sing 2" landed in second place with $11.9 million, dropping 40% from the previous weekend. The film's domestic cume has reached $109 million after three weeks in theaters, becoming the highest-grossing animated title of the pandemic era. Overseas it has raked in a total of $81.8 million.

Universal's long-delayed spy thriller opened in third place with $4.8 million. The film received an extremely harsh reception from critics (26% Rotten Tomatoes), but moviegoers seem to enjoy it ("B+" CinemaScore).

In fourth place we find "The King's Man", which dropped 28% and grossed $3.2 million this weekend. Its domestic total has reached $25 million, while overseas it has grosseed $49.2 million.

The Top 5 is rounded out by the biopic "American Underdog" with $2.4 million, which brings its domestic total to $18.7 million after three weeks in theaters.

Rank Title Weekend Gross Domestic Total Foreign Total Budget
1 Spider-Man: No Way Home $33M $668.7M $867.5M $200M
2 Sing 2 $11.9M $109M $81.8M $85M
3 The 355 $4.8M $4.8M N/A $75M
4 The King's Man $3.2M $25M $49.2M N/A
5 American Underdog $2.4M $18.7M N/A N/A
6 The Matrix Resurrections $1.8M $34.3M $90.2M $190M
7 West Side Story $1.4M $32.1M $20.9M $100M
8 Ghostbusters: Afterlife $1.1M $125M $66.1M $75M
9 Licorice Pizza $1M $8.1M $0.2M $40M
10 House of Gucci $0.6M $50M $77.4M $75M


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