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Spiderman: No Way Home surpasses Nick Jonas’s film, breaks this record – spider man no way home becomes sony’s highest grossing film ever dethrones jumaji welcome to the jungle tmov

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  • Spider-Man No Way Home
  • Nick Jonas’ film left behind
  • broke this record

Hollywood Movie Spider-Man: No Way Home is earning huge worldwide. The film has got such a craze on the people that theaters are running housefull continuously. This Marvel movie will soon cross one billion US dollars at the box office. Spider-Man No Way Home has set a new record with this smoky earnings.

left this movie behind

According to the news of The Hollywood Reporter, the film has become Sony’s highest collection film. According to reports, Spider-Man No Way Home has earned a tremendous $ 405.5 million at the US box office in a few days. With this, the movie has overtaken the 2017 film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Dwayne Johnson-Nick Jonas’ Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle was Sony’s highest-grossing film of all time, collecting USD 404.5 million. Now Spider-Man No Way Home has overtaken it.

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Storyline engaging the audience

The multiverse storyline of Spider-Man No Way Home is attracting the audience. In this, the cameo roles of the lead actors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield of the rest of the Spider-Man films are also being liked by the people. The film also stars Zendaya]Jcob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alfred Molina, Jamie Foxx and Willem Dafoe in important roles. Spider-Man No Way Home, directed by John Watts, continues the Spider-Man Homecoming trilogy.

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In India too, the craze of people for Spider-Man No Way Home is worth seeing. So far this movie has made a big collection of 164.92 crores in India.

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