Spider-Man: Far From Home is off to a great start at the box office. After a massive opening day on Tuesday, it ended up with the second biggest box office results for a July 4th in the U.S.
The latest Spider-Man film took in $25.2M on July 4, falling just a bit shy of the $29.1M record set by the original Transformers in 2007.
This brings the domestic total after three days to $91.5M. Combined with its foreign haul so far of $218.5M, the movie now sits at $310M globally. Analysts are predicting a domestic total of $175M through the weekend, but Sony is only going with a projection of $125M.
Any way you slice it, Spider-Man: Far From Home is off to a good start. But, like any of us had any doubt that it would do well.
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