Spider-Man: No Way Home is ready to smash all the records, the presales for the trequel starring Tom Holland started on Monday in the USA, and in just two hours the film broke the record held by Black Widow for the most tickets disconnected during the first day of presale in 2021.
When Spider-Man No Way Home presales opened, several sites crashed due to the high number of people logged in at the same time hoping to buy the precious coupon. Those presales saw the biggest numbers since Avengers: Endgame in 2019 on the popular site Fandango, that film recorded the largest national opening of a film in U.S. history at $ 357 million.
Fears that the ongoing pandemic could affect No Way Home's sales have been hushed for now, as the film is easily beating previous pre-pandemic films like Avengers: Infinity War and the latest Star Wars trilogy. It's hardly a surprise that the film is doing so well in presales, but it's still an impressive feat given the current circumstances.
Spider-Man Far From Home has grossed over $ 1.1 billion worldwide and it seems entirely possible now that No Way Home can get close to that number. No Way Home will pick up exactly where Far From Home left off after Spider-Man's true identity is revealed to the world, Peter Parker's life is turned upside down.
He turns to Doctor Strange for help, but the spell he conjures backfires, bringing the Spider-Man franchise villains to Peter's world. Doc Ock, Electro, and Green Goblin are all back together and Spider-Man must find a way to save the multiverse.
While a new Spider-Man trilogy with Tom Holland has already been announced, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be in cinemas from December 16 in Indian.