“Scream 5” ends “Spider-Man: No Way Home” winning streak


“Spider-Man: No Way Home” surpasses “Black Panther” at the North American box office, “Scream 5” ends it’s road to consecutive championships.

"Scream 5" ends "Spider-Man: No Way Home" winning streak

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” lost to new film “Scream 5” in North America last weekend, failing to complete its 5th straight title.

But the film will rank fourth in film history with $704 million after the four-day Martin Luther King Day holiday.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” has grossed $1.625 billion worldwide, and it remains at No. 8 in film history, $35 million away from No. 7 “The Lion King.”

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“Scream 5”, which opened on January 14, is a big IP in the horror film field, and it restarted 25 years after the first episode was released.

"Scream 5" ends "Spider-Man: No Way Home" winning streak

“Scream 5” pulled in $30.6 million over the weekend, shattering “Spider-Man: No Way Home”‘s five-peat dream.

According to the publisher’s estimate, “Scream 5” will gross $35 million over the four-day holiday.

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The production budget of the film is 25 million US dollars, and the filmmakers should be able to recover the investment smoothly this time.

“Scream 5” has a freshness rating of 75% on Rotten Tomatoes, a popcorn index of 85%, a CinemaScore score of B+, and an IMDb score of 7.4. The box office endurance will not be bad.

"Scream 5" ends "Spider-Man: No Way Home" winning streak

The reboot of “Scream 5” was quite successful this time around, as the previous episode “Scream 4” only grossed around $18 million in its opening weekend.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” took in $20.8 million in its fifth weekend, and about $26 million for its four-day vacation.

In this way, its cumulative box office reached 704 million US dollars, smashing Marvel’s “Black Panther” and rising to fourth on the North American film history box office list.

The ultimate goal of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” should be to surpass Avatar’s $760 million.

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TOP10 box office box office in North American film history (Source: Boxofficemojo)

  1. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” $936 million
  2. “Avengers: Endgame” $858 million
  3. “Avatar” $760 million
  4. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” $704 million (in theaters)
  5. “Black Panther” $700 million
  6. Avengers: Infinity War $678 million
  7. “Titanic” $659 million
  8. Jurassic World $652 million
  9. “Avengers” $623 million
  10. Star Wars: The Last Jedi $620 million

TOP10 of the global box office (Source: Boxofficemojo)

  1. “Avatar” $2.847 billion
  2. “Avengers: Endgame” $2.797 billion
  3. “Titanic” $2.201 billion
  4. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” $2.069 billion
  5. “Avengers: Infinity War” $2.048 billion
  6. Jurassic World $1.67 billion
  7. “The Lion King” $1.66 billion
  8. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” $1.625 billion (in theaters)
  9. “Avengers” $1.518 billion
  10. “Fast and Furious 7” $1.515 billion

In terms of other films, “Sing 2” took third place with $8.3 million ($11 million in four days), with a cumulative North American box office of $119.4 million and a global total of $215.7 million.

For comparison, “Sing” grossed $270 million in North America and $634 million worldwide.

The spy movie “355” starring many actresses ranked fourth at the weekend with $2.34 million. Its cumulative North American box office was $8.41 million and the global box office was $11.02 million.

"Scream 5" ends "Spider-Man: No Way Home" winning streak

Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda’s new animated film “Belle: The Princess of Dragons and Freckles” ranked fifth at the North American box office with $1.64 million in its opening weekend, and its global total was $59.93 million.

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