‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ breaks a new record: digital sales in its first week
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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ can’t stop breaking records. From beating ‘Avatar’ at the box office, to having the actors who have played a Marvel character for the longest time or pulverizing ‘Avengers: Endgame’ in pre-sale tickets, now the film starring Tom Holland is also sweeping the digital market.
According to Deadline, after only one week on sale for $19.99 digitally, 88 days after its theatrical release, electronic sales already exceed 42 million dollars, which is equivalent to about 2.1 million copies, a record for Sony, Marvel Studios and for the entire industry. If you are thinking of buying it, here we will tell you about all the extras that you will have available.
Also good data in theaters
At the domestic box office, the Jon Watts-directed film is expected to exceed $800 million raised between Saturday or Sunday March 26/27, which would leave it in third place in the historical ranking, only behind ‘Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens’ (936.6M) and ‘Avengers: Endgame’ (858.3M). Globally, ‘No Way Home’ has already amassed more than 1.88 billion dollars, although it is still in theaters in many parts of the world.
Although the film did not manage to be nominated for an Oscar in any of the main categories, tonight, on March 27, it could win a couple of awards such as Best Special Effects or #OscarsFanFavorite.