Despite Corona's Ban, 'Spider-man: No Way Home' Set a Record of Billion
Despite coronavirus bans and partial revival of cinemas worldwide, the Hollywood movie "Spider-Man: No Way Home" surprised everyone by making a record.
The Hollywood movie was released worldwide, including in Pakistan, in early December last year.
Cinemas worldwide, including Pakistan, are not fully open and even where cinemas have been opened, movies are not being shown on full screens.
Despite the proliferation of 'Omicron' without the full opening of cinemas, 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' left everyone behind, setting a record for earnings.
According to Reuters, Spider-Man: No Way Home set a new record by earning Rs 1.69 billion worldwide in just six weeks.
According to the report, the film surprised everyone by earning 1.69 billion from other countries, including the USA, UK, France and South Korea, till January 23.
Spider-Man: No Way Home became the sixth highest-grossing Hollywood film in history after a record-breaking run.
Despite Corona's restrictions, 'Spider-Man' surpassed films like 'Jurassic World' and 'The Line King' in terms of earnings.
The report states that 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' made the most money from the UK, while the film also broke records in South Korea, France, Mexico and other countries during the Corona era, disproving all estimates. Proved
According to reports, 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' was made at the cost of just 20 200 million, which earned eight times more than the cost in 6 weeks.
No way Home, a joint venture between Sony and Marvel Studios, is the third film.
The first film in the series, Spider-Man, No way Home, was released in 2017, followed by its sequel, Spider-Man, For From Home, released in 2019.
In the third film, Tom Holland played the role of Spider-Man, while another Marvel hero, Dr. Strange, played the lead role.
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