Deadline Hollywood reports:
For all the mishegaas exhibition has endured during the pandemic including streaming threats, day-and-date window crunching, older demos not showing up, local ordinances and countless release-date changes and eliminations, Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives this weekend to save the day.
As far as its U.S.-Canada prospects go, Sony is seeing at least $130 million at 4,325 locations, and Thursday previews starting very early at 3 p.m. Rivals and tracking see the opening much higher in the $175M+ range, possibly even $200M, though everyone is high because No Way Home is the biggest movie they’ve seen on tracking for quite some time.
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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Global Box Office To Sling Minimum $290M In Opening Weekend https://t.co/xmXMxBnELn
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) December 14, 2021