Spider-Man: Far From Home recently had an extended cut hit theaters. As advertised, the film had roughly four minutes of extra footage weaved into the story, which consisted of Peter Parker’s to-do list before heading off to Europe for his vacation. It was an obvious attempt to milk this film for all it was worth to help it reach new financial heights while in theaters…and it seems to have paid off.
According to early reports on Box Office Mojo, the film received a bump from $1.7 million to $4.3 million from its previous weekend. While this may not seem like much, it is a 156% increase, and the fact that it’s this weekend so far down the line may help it reach even greater heights.
As it stands, Spider-Man: Far From Home has grossed $1.122 billion worldwide, with its domestic cume coming in at $385.9 million. In weeks past, I expressed the opinion that it breaking $400 million domestically would be impossible, and were it not for this rerelease, I think that would be accurate. However, will this final push allow it to cross such a threshold? It’ll be close, but it’s not entirely out of the question.
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SOURCE: Box Office Mojo