(l to r) Numan Acar, Tom Holland and Jacky Gyllenhaal in Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: ™ FAR FROM HOME

Spider-Man: Far From Home won its second weekend at the U.S. box office, and it’s on its way to some records.

The latest outting for our favorite Web-Slinger took in $45.3M at the domestic box office to bring its total in the U.S. up to $274.52M. This currently brings the film to the number five spot domestically for Spider-Man films. The top film being the original Spider-Man from 2002 at $403.7M.

Where things are really cooking is overseas where the film has now taken int $572.5M to bring the global total to $847M. This puts it in third place overall, and puts it well on the track to be the first Spider-Man film to top $1B global. It should easily become the top film in the series by the end of next weekend, with that spot currently being held by Spider-Man 3 at $890.9M.

Things are going very well for Spider-Man: Far From Home. This should, in theory, make it an easier decision for Sony to decide to keep working with Marvel, but we’ll just have to wait and see.

The only big release this week will be The Lion King, and there’s no question it will win the top spot. We imagine Spider will take second.

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