Looks like we can end any and all conversations about comic book movie fatigue? Audiences have been waiting on a reason to go to the theaters and they got a big one this Fourth of July week with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which brought in a huge $185 million since its debut on Tuesday.
For the weekend, FFH brought in $93.6 million. Based solely on that figure, FFH ranks fourth best of the eight Spider-Man opening weekends. Spider-Man: Homecoming opened to $117 million, but was released on July 7 and wasn’t able to capitalize on the Fourth of July weekend. Bumping the debut to a Tuesday paid off for Sony.
The week tally was more than enough to recoup the film’s $160 million budget just domestically. Worldwide, the film is just as amazing with another $395 million to take its total to $580 million.
In its third weekend, Toy Story 4 added another $34.3 million to take its total to $306.5 million. This is now starting to outdistance the performance of the beloved Toy Story 3 by a wider margin. By Day 17, TS3 raked in $289 million. Toy Story 3 is the highest grossing installment of the series with a $415 million domestic total.
Yesterday took in $10.7 million bringing its 7-day total to $36.8 million.
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Clocking in at No. 4 was Annabelle Comes Home with $9.75 million to bring its total to $50.1 million and Aladdin closed out the Top 5 with $7.6 million to go up to $320.7 million domestically.
Avengers: Endgame is now $16 million away from catching Avatar on the all-time highest grossing list after bringing in $3.1 million this weekend.