Sony-Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home dominated the box office for the third weekend in a row, earning an estimated $52.7 million to push its three-week domestic take to $609 million. That makes it the tenth-highest-grossing domestic release in history, just edging out 2018’s Incredibles 2.
Adding its $759 million from overseas earnings, Spider-Man: No Way Home’s global tally now stands at $1.37 billion.
Sing 2, while earning an estimated $19.6 million in its second week of release, was caught in Spider-Man’s web, settling for second place. The animated sequel has tacked on an estimated $54.9 million internationally so far, bringing its worldwide tally to $144.6 million.
Third place belongs to the prequel to the Kingsman action franchise, The King’s Man, earned an estimated $4.5 million in its second weekend. Its stateside haul now stands at $19.5 million, to go along with an estimated $28.3 million internationally, putting its global box office total at $47.8 million.
Finishing in fourth place is the sports drama American Underdog, grabbing just short of $4.1 million in its second week of release. American Underdog, which has delivered a total of $15 million so far domestically, has yet to open outside the U.S.
Rounding out the top five is The Matrix Resurrections, which continues to struggle, taking in an estimated $3.8 million. The fourth film in the Matrix franchise has only managed to scratch out $30.9 million after two weeks. The film has had better luck overseas, where it’s pulled in $75.1 million to date.
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