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catsudon

(864 posts)
Mon Dec 27, 2021, 05:11 PM Dec 2021

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is first film to make $1 billion since 2019

https://www.cnn.com/2021/12/26/media/spider-man-no-way-home-box-office-billion/index.html

"The film reached the milestone just 12 days after it was released. Only 2019's "Avengers: Endgame" and "Avengers: Infinity War" reached that mark in less time, at 5 days and 11 days, respectively.
The film has made $1.05 billion worldwide so far."

i can't wait to see it online.
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'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is first film to make $1 billion since 2019 (Original Post) catsudon Dec 2021 OP
Unfortunately that probably means it'll be longer than 45 days to streaming AZSkiffyGeek Dec 2021 #1
Going to see it tomorrow afternoon. Torchlight Dec 2021 #2
Weekday should be totally fine Sympthsical Dec 2021 #3
Taking the kiddo tomorrow Dr. Shepper Dec 2021 #4
Your plan sounds like mine Torchlight Dec 2021 #5

AZSkiffyGeek

(11,850 posts)
1. Unfortunately that probably means it'll be longer than 45 days to streaming
Mon Dec 27, 2021, 05:31 PM
Dec 2021

Oh well, I'm just not ready to go to a movie theatre yet. Eternals is streaming in a couple weeks, so I'll get my Marvel fix then.

Torchlight

(3,777 posts)
2. Going to see it tomorrow afternoon.
Mon Dec 27, 2021, 05:37 PM
Dec 2021

Best pal of thirty years and I both have a day off and we're thinking, "Tuesday afternoon (few people_, both vaxxed and boosted, high-performance masks"

Oddly, the last movie I went to see was another Marvel movie back in Sep. or Oct. of 2019. If there are too many people, we'll make a hasty retreat and put it on the burner, but given my locations, day and time of day, I think we'll be alight.

My significant other thinks I'm an idiot, but ha! The jokes on her-- I've been an idiot far longer than she knows.

Sympthsical

(9,538 posts)
3. Weekday should be totally fine
Mon Dec 27, 2021, 05:40 PM
Dec 2021

We saw a noon showing on Friday. There were four other people in the theater.

And this is one of those theaters attached to a mall. The mall was absolutely packed.

But no one in the theater. Was odd. Mix in that many theaters have so many showings. I think 90% of the screens at ours were Spider-man, with a show roughly every half hour.

Dr. Shepper

(3,027 posts)
4. Taking the kiddo tomorrow
Mon Dec 27, 2021, 05:53 PM
Dec 2021

For a 1015am showing. We are double masking. Hoping the early time means she won’t want any snacks and we won’t need to unmasked to eat. I think the promise of a milkshake afterwards if we don’t get any snacks is in order.

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