Spider-Man: Far From Home takes $10m across first weekend box office

Spider-Man: Far From Home takes $10m across first weekend box office

That would normally be an issue, except Far From Home, unlike Homecoming, burned off demand with a pre-weekend launch.

The Spider Man franchise continues to rake in the money and has just made history again after making $185 million in its first six days and well, the studio will be proud.

The following contains a major spoiler for Spider-Man: Far From Home**. That clause states that should Spider-Man: Far From Home fail to pass $1 billion at the box office then full control of Spider-Man will revert back to Sony Pictures for a third solo outing for Tom Holland's Spidey.

It has been a insane ride to fame for Tom Holland, who is winning hearts all around the world as the new Spider-Man.

Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.

With almost two dozen movies and several TV series spread across 11 years, the MCU has grown so vast and detailed that past events and supporting bit characters are now prime candidates for further exploration.

Rumors regarding the Sinister Six, a supervillain team consisting of classic Spider-Man foes, making an appearance in future films have circulated across the internet for some time. Chris McKenna says that everyone has read a lot of Spider Man comics and Kraven seems like a good choice to play the villain. However, there is a highly likely chance that Spider-Man will never become the next Iron Man. However, it may lead to a few Spider-Man stories as well. "You can always go somewhere insane". That isn't really the reason Jameson himself harasses Spider-Man, but it's an idea that's baked into the characters' dynamic, and goes on to make Peter's stint working at the newspaper even more layered with meaning.

Even though the Marvel and Sony have agreed and worked together to bring Spider-Man into the MCU, this does not mean Marvel has rights to the hero.

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