‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Has The Most Ticket Pre-Sales Since ‘Avengers: Endgame’
It’s not surprising that the film is generating this much interest in advance purchases.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Fandango ticket presales for Spider-Man: No Way Home began on Monday, and in just two hours, it surpassed Black Widow’s previous record for most first-day presales in 2021. Furthermore, No Way Home’s presales were the most on the site since 2019’s Endgame, which had the greatest domestic opening by a film in US history with $357 million.
No Way Home is outperforming prior pre-pandemic blockbusters such as Avengers: Infinity War and the new Star Wars flicks. The film will be released exclusively in cinemas on December 17, and it was clearly voted the most anticipated film of the winter season in a Fandango survey of 2,000 consumers. Although the film’s success in advance sales isn’t wholly surprising, it’s still a remarkable achievement.
“With fans eager to see how Tom Holland’s Homecoming trilogy finishes, Spider-Man: No Way Home promises to tie a bow around 20 years of live-action Spider-Man movies,” said Fandango Managing Editor Erik Davis in a statement on the film’s enormous popularity. “On every level, the most anticipated film of the season promises to bring shocks, and December 17th can’t arrive fast enough.” Far From Home, Spider-previous Man’s film, made over $1.1 billion globally, and it’s very likely that No Way Home may do the same.
If sales continue at this rate, the first pandemic picture might break the $200 million mark in its stateside debut. When it comes to the MCU, especially Spider-Man, everything is possible. On December 17, Spider-Man: No Way Home is released in cinemas.
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