Spider-Man: Far From Home Made More Money Than Homecoming

Spider-Man: Far From Home was the last MCU film shown in theaters since COVID-19 basically ruined everything for everyone. Thanks for that Chinese government. Anyway, it probably won't shock anyone to know that Far From Home wasn't just a huge success but it ended up making a lot more money than its predecessor Spider-Man: Homecoming. Considering how good Far From Home was, this isn't exactly surprising but is still worth mentioning. We can see why Sony and Disney decided to keep their deal for a few more movies.

According to Deadline, Far From Home made a whopping $339 million in profits, which is a big improvement over the already impressive $200 million that Homecoming made. This does not include the money made from the merchandise sales so it's clear that this was a profitable outcome for everyone involved. Here's hoping that Sony and Disney continue to play nice so that they can keep making great Spider-Man movies.

Technically, Spider-Man: Far From Home was the first solo film for the wallcrawler to make $1 billion worldwide, which is probably why Disney and Sony had that big dispute in the first place. Obviously, once the payment was divided into everything, it's still impressive to see the sequel do so well. It's also worth noting that Far From Home actually had a smaller budget than Homecoming, which makes its success even better.

We can see that Spider-Man is safe at Sony, thanks to these MCU-influenced films, Venom, and the excellent Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Don't expect that to change anytime soon.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is now available on digital stores.

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