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'Spider-Man' extends Marvel's dominance at the worldwide box office

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Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland star in Columbia Pictures’ SPIDER-MAN: ™ FAR FROM HOME.{ }(Photo: Sony)

Weekend Box Office: July 5-7, 2019

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Since opening on Tuesday, “Spider-Man: Far from Home” has amassed a worldwide total of $580 million. $185 million in North America and $395 million from international audiences. Those numbers might not be on the same level as “Avengers: Endgame” (worldwide total is $2.77 billion, $15 million behind “Avatar”), but they are good enough to make “Far from Home” number 6 on the 2019 worldwide grosses chart.

Toy Story 4” continued to pack theaters with a weekend total of $34 million the animated sequel has now earned $343 million domestically and $650 million worldwide (good enough for fifth place on the 2019 worldwide chart).

Danny Boyle’s “Yesterday” had an impressive hold, dropping only 37% with $10.75 for the weekend for a domestic total of $36 million. Overseas the film has earned an additional $20 million for a worldwide total of nearly $57 million against a $26 million production budget.

Annabelle Comes Home” added $9.75 for a domestic total of $50 million. Overseas the film had made $84 million. Worldwide the film has earned $134 million. 2017’s “Annabelle: Creation” finished with a worldwide total of $306 million. “Comes Home” won’t hit that mark, but considering it cost less than $30 million to make, $134 million is still a sizable profit.

Aladdin” dropped just 25% from last week, earning $7.6 million. The film has now earned $921 million worldwide. The film won’t likely hit the $1 billion mark, but $950 million isn’t out of reach.

Midsommar,” the new horror film from “Hereditary” director Ari Aster brought in $6.5 million for a total of $10.9 million since opening on Tuesday. “Hereditary” quietly amassed a worldwide total of $79.3 million.



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