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‘Spider-Man’ tops $1B, first pandemic-era film to mark milestone

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 12: Tom Holland and Zendaya on the set of "Spiderman: Far From Home" on October 12, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Bobby Bank/GC Images) Peter Parker’s good fortune continued over the holiday weekend as Hollywood prepares to close the books on a turbulent 2021.

Even with some mighty competition from new Matrix and Sing movies, and rising concerns over the omicron variant, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" stayed in the No.

1 spot and netted a few more milestones too including crossing the $1 billion mark globally.According to studio estimates Sunday "Spider-Man" added $81.5 million over the three-day weekend, down 69% from its first weekend.

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