No Way Home ‘to cross half a billion at the national box office – deadline

Sony / Marvel Spider-Man: No Way Home, the gift that keeps on giving, garnered in an estimate $ 25.4 million Monday in 4,336 theaters, down 23% from Sunday’s $ 33.2 million, which puts the MCU title at $ 495.8 million in the United States and Canada. For sure, Spider-Man: No Path Home will surpass the half billion mark in the United States today; our sources believe that a final domestic market of $ 750 million is possible, which would produce a net profit of $ 610 million after all the props. We’ll keep you posted once the studios drop off their official issues this morning. This morning’s report is based on early industry estimates.

For the second Monday of a big Christmas blockbuster, No way home files behind 2016 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, ($ 32 M), years 2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($ 31.3 M) and 2017 Star Wars: The Last Jedi ($ 27.4 million, which was Christmas Day). However, No way homethe second Monday is above the heights of skyscrapers Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ($ 15.3 M), Avengers: Endgame ($ 10.7M) and Avengers: Infinity War ($ 8.2M).

In second place on Monday was Illumination / Universal’s Sing 2 with an estimate $ 7.6 million, -12% from Sunday for a cumulative total of $ 47.1 million.

“Matrix resurrections”
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The third belonged to Warner Bros / Village Roadshow’s Matrix resurrections who saw an estimate $ 1.7M, -63% from Sunday for a total of six consecutive days of $ 24.2 million. The fourth is available in homes as well as on HBO Max. Samba TV, which is the most notable third-party streaming audience metric, recorded 2.8 million U.S. households who watched the Lana Wachowski-directed film on smart TVs Wednesday through Sunday for at least 5 minutes ( Samba does not measure mobile viewers). Meanwhile, ticket analytics firm EntTelligence measured that fewer people were buying tickets for Matrix resurrections during his first five days at 1.76M.

20th Century Studios / Disney / MARV Prequel The king’s man collected an estimate $ 1.4M yesterday in 4th place, -34% compared to Sunday, for a total over six days of a little less $ 11 million.

“An American Outsider: The Story of Kurt Warner”

Lionsgate’s religious country football drama hovered over American Underdog hit an estimate $ 1.27M in 5th place, -24%, for a catch 3 days after its opening on Saturday from $ 7.16 million.

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