Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s gaudy presale numbers have some fans wondering if the movie can catch Avengers: Endgame. Fandango revealed that the Spidey adventure has presold more tickets than any movie since Endgame. With those kinds of outrageous numbers already boosting box office projections, could Spider-Man: No Way Home actually do the impossible and catch the last Avengers movie? Probably not, there are still some consumers that don’t want to go to theaters because of health risks. Also looming are the markets where there simply won’t be enough screens to keep those returns coming in. But, luckily for Marvel, this movie is primed to absolutely crush the pandemic era box office record. No Time To Die managed an unthinkable $700+ million. No Way Home should be able to do that before January is over at the rate things are progressing now. This film will be used as a measuring stick for all the blockbusters that follow in 2022. So, anything is possible in an infinite multiverse, but it would be nothing short of a miracle for Spider-Man to catch Endgame.
When trying to explain all of this fan excitement, producer Amy Pascal told Fandango that the fans’ attachment to Peter Parker as a character is a big element of all this hype.
— Fandango (@Fandango) November 30, 2021
“Well, here’s what I would say. I would say that it’s the culmination of the Homecoming trilogy, of the story of Tom Holland becoming the Spider-Man that we’ve all been waiting for him to be,” Pascal observed. “It certainly tells that story and it does… and as you know from seeing the trailers, it does bring some of the characters from the early movies together. And yes, wrapping a bow around it sounds nice.”
Can Spider-Man: No Way Home catch Endgame? Let us know down in the comments below!
I’ve never seen anything like this. I was there for Infinity War & Endgame and I was able to grab multiple tickets for opening weekend. But this is another level. #SpiderManNoWayHome
— Matt Ramos (@therealsupes) November 29, 2021
— Amyyy (@aaammmyy_9) November 29, 2021
To all the people in denial of this movie being good https://t.co/41jYJg7yhS
— River (TM) (@Danger_i_be) November 30, 2021
$200 Million+ opening https://t.co/j6EeeGWQiT
— Silent GuaRRRdian (@Kamal_Tweetz) November 30, 2021
— Paul (@PaulRom95) November 30, 2021
YOU LOOKING FOR THIS? https://t.co/Kb7Ro1HLR3
— 8oh8 (@antman8o8) November 30, 2021
COVID be damned! This film is making a billion dollars. https://t.co/6ZFMSnOSaL
— Isaiah Whittington (@Isaiah_Reacts) November 30, 2021
from Ultimate Comic Blog