Spider-Man: No Way Home never ceases to impress! For his first weekend of exploitation in France, he is once again following The Lion King and achieves the best start for a film devoted to Spider-Man.
Spider-Man: No Way Home’s box office prowess doesn’t look like it’s going to end. If in the United States, the film of Jon Watts raised more than 250 million dollars in three days, thus achieving the third best start in the history behind Avengers Infinity War and Avengers Endgame, in France also the last born of the MCU drew the crowds.
It is 2,094,382 spectators (without preview and on 882 screens) that Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his friends allured during the first five days of exploitation of the film. This is the best start since The Lion King version 2019 (2.56 million), as it had already been the case for its first day in theaters.
An unexpected score at a time when the 7th Art is struggling to recover from the consequences of Covid on the industry. At this stage, the feature film is already ranked 5th among the biggest hits of the year in France!
Unsurprisingly, given the enthusiasm of fans who turn cinema screenings into a festive event, No Way Home also signs the best start of all time for a film dedicated to Spider-Man. Hero who always was a safe bet at the French box office, as recalled by our colleagues at Boxoffice Pro. On the MCU side, only Endgame had done better in 2019.
Spider-Man No Way Home is one of the best films of 2021 according to Allociné’s editorial staff:
Source: CBO Box-Office