Spider-Man Tops Box Offices Worldwide

Spider-Man Homecoming, the latest film in the superhero series, was the Number One film in the U.S. and global box offices according to data from comScore.

Spider-Man, starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, earned $117 million in the U.S. and $257 million worldwide for Sony Pictures.

ComScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian said, “It’s a homecoming of sorts for the ‘Spider-Man’ franchise as Sony’s & Marvel Studio’s ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ amidst great reviews and solid social media buzz posts a terrific $257 million worldwide debut with $140 million from 56 international territories and $117 million in North America.”

Despicable Me 3 was second place for the weekend with $34 million in the U.S. and $173 million worldwide.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, July 9, are below.

1. Spider-Man: Homecoming – Sony – $257.0M
2. Despicable Me 3 – Universal – $173.0M
3. Transformers: The Last Knight – Paramount Pictures – $24.4M
4. Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. – $16.9M
5. Baby Driver – Sony – $16.6M
6. House That Never Dies II, The – Fujian Hengye Films Distribution Co.,Ltd – $14.0M
7. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Disney – $11.1M
8. Cars 3 – Disney – $8.7M
9. One, The – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $8.5M
10. House, The – Warner Bros. – $6.2M
11. Mummy, The – Universal – $5.7M
12. Baywatch – Paramount Pictures – $3.9M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, July 9, are below.

1. Spider-Man: Homecoming – Sony – $117.0M
2. Despicable Me 3 – Universal – $34.0M
3. Baby Driver – Sony – $12.8M
4. Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. – $10.1M
5. Transformers: The Last Knight – Paramount – $6.3M
6. Cars 3 – Disney – $5.6M
7. House, The – Warner Bros. – $4.8M
8. Big Sick, The – Lionsgate – $3.6M
9. 47 Meters Down – Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures – $2.8M
10. Beguiled, The – Focus Features – $2.1M
11. Pirates Caribbean:Dead Men Tell No Tales – Disney – $1.2M
12. Mummy, The – Universal – $1.2M