EXCLUSIVE: After Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936.6M) and Avengers: Endgame ($858.3M), Spider-Man: No Way Home from Sony will become One .
Of just three films in Hollywood history to surpass the elusive $800M domestic box office milestone tomorrow, on its 101st day of distribution.
Deadline reports that the Tom Holland-Zendaya-Benedict Cumberbatch film, which was made accessible on March 15, sold 2.1M+ units in the U.S. during its first week of digital release.
We have it on excellent authority that this movie set a record for digital sales for a first-week release, outpacing all of its predecessors.
No Way Home made its digital platform debut 88 days after its theatrical release, a rather uncommon pre-pandemic timeframe.
Off a $19.99 pricing, the back of the napkin revenue for No Way Home's electronic sales is close to $42M.
Witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational Sony blockbuster, a key, high example of how when a studio practices a theatrical window/ancillary business model, the riches are there.
We all know how excited some studios were about experimenting with theatrical day-and-date on their streaming services, whether they were giving the movies away free to subscribers or charging them an additional $30.