The numbers are in, and Spider-Man proved to be an even bigger play at the box office than some expected.
Spider-Man: No Way Home came in with the second-biggest opening day in history as well as the third-biggest opening weekend. The film took in $253M domestically and $334.2M internationally for a combined total of $587.2M.
Second place went to Encanto with $6.52M to bring its domestic total to $81.54M. Globally it stands at $175.54M.
West Side Story came in third with $3.41M for a new domestic total of $17.98M. The global total is $27.08M.
Fourth place went to Ghostbusters: Afterlife with $3.4M. Its new domestic total sits at $117.24M and globally it has hit $173.64M.
Nightmare Alley rounded out the top five with $2.95M.
This week is heave in releases with The King’s Man, The Matrix Resurrections, Sing 2, and an expansion of The Tender Bar on Dec. 22. On Dec. 25 American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story, A Journal for Jordan, and an expansion for Licorice Pizza are on the books.