We expected it, but the results probably exceed even the expectations of the studios. Because in the current box office environment damaged by the pandemic, few blockbusters have succeeded in bringing the public back to theaters en masse. Spider-Man: No Way Home did it, and not just a little. The Hollywood Reporter informs us that this Monday, the new production between Sony and Marvel Studios which brought together the three generations of Peter Parker and a plethora of iconic villains continued to climb the ranks of top box office results. By collecting a total of $702.6 million across the Atlantic, it has just overtaken Black Panther and has become Uncle Sam’s fourth biggest hit — if you don’t take inflation into account. Ahead of him still remains Avatar (760.5 million), Avengers: Endgame (858.4 million), and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (936.7 million). Suffice to say that there is little chance that he will get on the podium, because more than a month after his release, it would be surprising if he continued to climb so much. Nonetheless, overall, it racked up 1.63 billion and was the eighth-highest grossing hit in history. In the post-Covid period, these figures are impressive.