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Spider-Man grossed Rs 120 million at the Pakistani box office in its first week

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We have already given you the news about the smoky weekend business in Pakistani cinemas of the Hollywood movie ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ which will be released on December 17, but this movie has done record business in the first week. What a wonderful way to screw people over. That is why the release date of the Hollywood movie ‘King’s Man’ and Pakistani movie ‘Javed Iqbal’, which will be released on December 24, has been postponed because there is no stopping the rise of  Spider-Man. Even the most awaited movie ‘Matrix’ released on December 24 did not get an impressive opening.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has grossed $386 million in its first week of release from the United States and Canada alone, while collecting $490 million from other countries, grossing a total of $876 million. With these figures, it has become the second biggest hit of 2021. It should be noted that the total budget for this film is $200 million.

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME, from left: Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, 2021. ph: Matt Kennedy /© Sony Pictures Releasing / © Marvel Entertainment / Courtesy Everett Collection

At the Pakistani box office, the film managed to break the record of bookings for the biggest hit of the last ten years, Avenger: Infinity War, while in the first week of release, the film crossed the Rs 120 million rupees mark.


The first three days of  Spider-Man: No Way Home shows filled all the cinemas in the big cities, while the end of the weekend also saw a boom in the movie business.

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME, Tom Holland as Spider-Man, 2021. © Sony Pictures Releasing / © Marvel Entertainment / Courtesy Everett Collection

Taking advantage of the holidays in the second week starting from December 24, the shows are getting full while the movie shows have also been increased. Especially the night shows are going well and there is a rush in the cinemas. The film will likely be able to do 90 to 100 million business in the second week. The smoky business of  Spider-Man: No Way Home has significantly disturbed this week’s big release ‘Matrix’ and Matrix has received very few shows.

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