Marvel's latest film, Spider-Man: Far From Home finally hit the screens and it looks like the Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal starrer has taken off a brilliant start at the box office. The film's collections managed to exceed the numbers expected by Sony and it is a happy surprise that the film is doing way better than expected. The film opened on July 2 in US theatres and has now collected $185 million domestically. It has earned $395 million internationally, and the worldwide total for the film currently stands at $580 million. Spider-Man Far From Home Box Office Collection Day 4: Tom Holland's Superhero Film Has a Fantastic Opening Weekend, Collects Rs 46.66 Crore.
.Considering the film opened in US theatres over Fourth of July holiday, the film managed to benefit from it well. It turned out to be the second-highest July 4 gross ever with a collection of $25.2 million. In terms of other box office records, the film also managed to set an all-time opening six-day record for Sony Pictures and has also set the record for the best six-day opening for any Spider-Man film.
Much of the credit also goes to Avengers: Endgame which released in April. The film being the final instalment in the Avengers series bagged a huge audience and now seems to have helped keep the momentum high for crossover films. In case of Far From Home, it was, even more, considering that the film's plot takes off after the events of Endgame. Spider-Man Far From Home Box Office Collection Day 1: Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal Starrer Off to a Good Start, Mints Rs 10.05 Crore in India
Far From Home saw Tom Holland's Peter Parker coming to terms with the loss of Iron Man and wanting to catch a vacation with his friends on a school tour. But do superheroes get any vacations? While Nick Fury assigns Spider-Man on an important mission, there's also a new character, Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio that is introduced in the film. Critics have praised the newest Spider-Man film and looking at the box office collections, it sure seems like the audiences are loving it too.