December 6, 2022

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No Way Home, pre-sale fly and film ready to set records

Spider-Man: There is no room for home Ready to break all records, presales for the trequel starring Tom Holland began on Monday in the US and in just two hours the movie broke the record it holds. Black Widow For the largest number of tickets separated during the first day of pre-sale in 2021.

when was it Spider-Man No Way Home Pre-sale Several sites crashed due to the large number of people logging in at the same time hoping to buy the valuable coupon. Those advance sales have led to the largest number since then Avengers: Endgame In 2019 on the popular Fandango, this film scored the largest national film opening in US history with $357 million. Concerns that the ongoing epidemic could affect sales There is no place for home The movie is currently silenced Easily outperforms previous films that existed in the pre-pandemic period Come Avengers: Infinity War And the latest trilogy of star Wars. It’s no surprise that the movie did well in pre-sales, but it’s still an impressive feat given the current circumstances.

spider-man far from home, It has made over $1.1 billion worldwide and it seems entirely possible now There is no place for home This number can be approached. There is no place for home You will pick up exactly where you left off away from home Then Spider-Man’s true identity is revealed to the worldPeter Parker’s life has been turned upside down. He turns to Doctor Strange (Benedic Cumberbatch) for help, but the spell he summons backfires, bringing the villains of Spider-Man into Peter’s world. Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx) and Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) are back together and Spider-Man must find a way to save the multiverse.

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while a The new Spider-Man trilogy Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Way Home has already been announced in theaters from December 15 in Italy.