December 17- 19 2021
|1||Spider-Man: No Way Home||$260,138,569||4,336||$260,138,569||Dec 17||Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)|
|2||Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings||$224,543,292||4,300||$224,543,292||Sep 3||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|3||Venom: Let There Be Carnage||$212,418,307||4,225||$212,418,307||Oct 1||Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)|
|4||Black Widow||$183,651,655||4,275||$183,651,655||Jul 9||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|5||F9: The Fast Saga||$173,005,945||4,203||$173,005,945||Jun 25||Universal Pictures|
|6||Eternals||$163,613,147||4,090||$163,613,147||Nov 5||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|7||No Time to Die||$160,772,007||4,407||$160,772,007||Oct 8||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)|
|8||A Quiet Place Part II||$160,072,261||3,744||$160,072,261||May 28||Paramount Pictures|
|9||Free Guy||$121,626,598||4,165||$121,626,598||Aug 13||20th Century Studios|
|10||Ghostbusters: Afterlife||$117,263,847||4,315||$117,263,847||Nov 19||Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)|
|11||Jungle Cruise||$116,987,516||4,310||$116,987,516||Jul 30||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|12||Godzilla vs. Kong||$99,244,744||3,084||$100,563,133||Mar 31||Warner Bros.|
|13||Dune||$93,106,125||4,125||$106,877,357||Oct 22||Warner Bros.|
|14||Halloween Kills||$92,002,155||3,727||$92,002,155||Oct 15||Universal Pictures|
|15||Cruella||$86,103,234||3,922||$86,103,234||May 28||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|16||Encanto||$81,499,759||3,980||$81,499,759||Nov 24||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|17||Space Jam: A New Legacy||$67,495,028||4,002||$70,528,072||Jul 16||Warner Bros.|
|18||The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It||$65,513,102||3,280||$65,565,074||Jun 4||Warner Bros.|
|19||Candyman||$61,186,570||3,569||$61,186,570||Aug 27||Universal Pictures|
|20||The Boss Baby: Family Business||$57,300,280||3,688||$57,300,280||Jul 2||Universal Pictures|
Source: box office mojoDetails
Spiderman: No Way home destroyed all predictions with a $260 million box office.
Directed by Jon Watts Spiderman: No Way Home now ranks as the second biggest domestic debut in box office history.
Venom 2 opens with a record $90 million opening and more favorable reviews, the movie itself may not be to everyone’s taste but the box office does not lie, hence a large box office haul.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Spider Man – No way Home
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