The latest weekend box office numbers are in, and Sony’s Spider-Man: Far From Home was No. 1 at the box office for a second week in a row. According to Entertainment Weekly, the film pulled in $45.3 million at the US/Canada box office over the July 12-14 weekend.
That’s down 51 percent from Week 1 where it posted $92.58 million over its first three days. So far, after 13 days in theatres, Far From Home is up 22 percent in box office revenue compared to Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Far From Home made a further $100 million from overseas movie markets this weekend, pushing the superhero movie’s total global haul to $847 million. That’s a strong start, given that Homecoming made $880 million for its entire box office run; Far From Home is closing in.
Toy Story 4 landed at No. 2 this weekend with $20.7 million. It’s now made $346 million in the US/Canada and $424 million overseas for a total of around $771 million worldwide.
Also on the charts is Stuber, the action-comedy starring Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista. It made $8 million to finish No. 4. Its release is notable because it’s the first R-rated Disney movie since 2013’s The Fifth Estate. The movie was originally set up at Fox, but Disney inherited it when it acquired the majority of Fox’s entertainment assets.
July 12-14 US/Canada Box Office
- Spider-Man: Far From Home — $45.3 million
- Toy Story 4 — $20.7 million
- Crawl — $12 million
- Stuber — $8 million
- Yesterday — $6.8 million
- Aladdin — $5.9 million
- Annabelle Comes Home — $5.6 million
- Midsommar — $3.6 million
- The Secret Life of Pets 2 — $3.1 million
- Men in Black International — $2.2 million