Spider-Man: Homecoming has surpassed Sam Raimi’s original Spider-Man to become the second highest-grossing Spidey film to date. Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios’ landmark partnership to share the eponymous superhero, thus allowing the latter studio to use the character in their critically-acclaimed cinematic universe, is really paying off. The Marvel-produced film directed by Jon Watts stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker and Michael Keaton as the Vulture, along with Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau reprising their beloved roles as Tony Stark and Happy Hogan, respectively.
The movie opened to $117 million at the domestic box office back in July. Although that was was considerably less than Spider-Man 3‘s first weekend ...
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