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Here’s What Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Profits Look Like

In spite of the pandemic, many recent MCU releases have done well at the box office. This has proven that Marvel Studios is still a champion of Hollywood. No Way Home demonstrated this more than ever as it quickly became COVID-19’s highest-grossing film and became the first billion-dollar grossing film since 2019 in a matter of days. For fans, the No Way Home’s profits are going to blow their minds.

After only two weeks in theaters, it’s still difficult to predict where NWH will end up. Furthermore, an uncertainty as to how much more money it will make persists. Because of its continued success in spite of the pandemic, many have speculated about what it would have looked like if it hadn’t been for the pandemic. It’s now possible to get a clearer picture of what No Way Home’s final box office gross will be and how it will break records.

Will Spider-Man: No Way Home Bring In A Big Revenue?

Industry forecasts for Spider-Man: No Way Home have been released by Deadline, and they predict record-breaking profits at the box office. A record-breaking Christmas day for the Multiversal blockbuster saw it surpass the $1 billion dollar mark. After all, expenses are taken into account, No Way Home is estimated to have a net profit of $242 million.

Analysts predict that profits could eventually triple to reach $610 million, a record-breaking figure for Sony. This will be so assuming no sudden changes to COVID-19 restrictions on the wall-crawler threequel’s current box office path. It is based on a $1.75 billion projection for No Way Home’s final box office at the end of its theatrical run.

It is expected that Disney and Marvel Studios will leave with the same share of No Way Home’s profits, which are currently forecasted at $152.5 million. This is after covering 25 percent of the estimated $200 million production costs.

These estimates also put No Way Home on track to become Sony’s most profitable film of all time, surpassing Homecoming’s $200 million and Far From Home’s $339 million combined. With a projected net profit of $500 million, Sony’s Spiderverse team-up surpasses Avengers: Infinity War. However, it falls short of Endgame’s estimated $900 million.

Spider-Man Maintains His High Swinging Prowess

According to a new report, No Way Home had the highest production budget of the trilogy at $200 million, far exceeding the $175 million spent on Homecoming and the $160 million spent on Far From Home. In spite of the pandemic, the Multiversal epic was able to outshine its predecessors. This remains true even if it was not released in China due to new restrictions. Far from Home’s global gross was $1.13 billion, with China accounting for just under $200 million of that total.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has been a milestone in Hollywood’s pandemic recovery. Furthermore, it is exactly what the blockbuster event the industry needed. Ultimately making it the first film to cross the billion-dollar mark since 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker.

When it comes to movies for 2022, Hollywood has a truly ground-breaking slate that should help the world recover from the recently discovered Omicron variant of the virus. For comic book movie fans, there are three highly anticipated sequels to look forward to. These are Black Panther, Doctor Strange, and Thor from Marvel; Black Adam from DC; The Flash from Marvel; and an Aquaman sequel from DC.