Spider-Man: Far From Home is getting off to a fantastic start with a three-day weekend haul of $93.6 million giving it a six-day debut of $185.1 million. This is more than it cost to make and it means the film is nearly guaranteed a healthy profit before it reaches the home market, even if it has soft legs. Additionally, its reviews are outstanding and it earned an A from CinemaScore, so its legs should be long for a blockbuster film. Internationally, the film pulled in $238 million on 52,800 screens in 66 markets for totals of $395 million internationally and $580 million worldwide. This was led by a six-day, $33.8 million first place debut in South Korea, while it earned $30.6 million during its second weekend in China for a two-week total of $167.4 million there.
Toy Story 4 is holding on better than expected, especially during the Fourth of July, earning $34.3 million over the weekend for a three-week total $306.6 million. Internationally, it is pulling in $43.1 million in 45 markets for totals of $343.4 million internationally and $650.0 million worldwide. If the film disappeared from theaters tomorrow, this would still be enough to break even early in its home market run.
Yesterday is holding on well, as expected, with $10.75 million over the weekend for a two-week total of $36.88 million. It is not doing as well internationally with just $7.9 million in 35 markets for a total of $20.1 million so far. That said, it has earned enough that Universal’s share of the box office is more than it cost to make, so it is on pace to break even early in its home market run.
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