Monday Morning Box Office Report: Spider-Man: Far from Home Lands Biggest Tuesday Opening Ever

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Marvel and Sony ended Phase Three on the right foot with another solid opening for their second Spider-Man co-production, Spider-Man: Far From Home. The movie earned $185 million over six days, which is the biggest six-day debut ever for a movie opening on a Tuesday, and it also had the biggest individual Tuesday opening ever. It made $93.6 million over the three-day weekend but it is difficult to compare it directly to Spider-Man: Homecoming which opened on a Friday and made $117 million. Either way, the movie seems to be outpacing its predecessor and it has already earned $580 million worldwide. Elsewhere Toy Story 4 dropped to second place, adding another $34 million and bringing its worldwide total to $650 million. In third place, Yesterday had a very strong hold in its second weekend, earning $10.75 million, while Annabelle Comes Home and Aladdin rounded out the top 5. The other new movie in wide release, Ari Aster’s Midsommar, opened in sixth place with $6.5 million ($11 million over five days).

1. Spider-Man: Far from Home — $93.6M
2. Toy Story 4 — $34.3M
3. Yesterday — $10.8M
4. Annabelle Comes Home — $9.8M
5. Aladdin — $7.6M
6. Midsommar — $6.6M
7. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — $4.8M
8. Men in Black: International — $3.6M
9. Avengers: Endgame — $3.1M
10. Rocketman — $2.8M

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