Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third installment in Tom Holland‘s MCU Spider-Man film series, rose to become the sixth most earning film of all time, and its total net profit has finally been disclosed.
In the end, Spider-Man: No Way Home outperformed all expectations, bringing millions of Spider-Man fans back into theaters for a film that crossed the boundaries of multiple cinematic universes and saw the return of iconic characters and actors from previous Spider-Man franchises, such as Alfred Molina‘s Dock Ock and Willem Dafoe‘s Green Goblin, among other familiar faces. What was most intriguing was that Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire returned as their respective Spider-Mans alongside Tom Holland‘s current incarnation. Despite the fact that the return of the former Spider-Men was never confirmed prior to the film’s release, speculations and leaked photographs hyped fans up, propelling the film to a global total of well over $1.8 billion.
A recent report has confirmed the film’s total revenues from those record-breaking box office receipts. After deducting ancillary expenditures such as production and marketing, Spider-Man: No Way Home racked up a total of $610 million in net profit, making it Sony’s most successful film to date. By contrast, this is more than quadruple the $200 million profit from Spider-Man: Homecoming and almost double the $339 million profit from Spider-Man: Far From Home.