The film, which stars Tom Holland as the third Spider-Man in 15 years, brought in $15.4 million in early showings on Thursday night and is now projected for a $100 million opening weekend, according to analysts. It is also the official global partner of ICC in the mobile category for four years starting 2016. Males made up roughly 61 percent of the audience.
Estimates are in for Spider-Man: Homecoming's Thursday debut, and it adds up to $40.7m.
Along with the release of the movie, Oppo has planned to run an online campaign, starting from 7 July after the release of the movie till 14 July.
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Woodhams could not immediately be reached Monday morning to say whether the request had arrived over the weekend. But a spokeswoman for Detzner said the agency was reviewing the request.
The film stars Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Donald Glover, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, Tyne Daly and Bokeem Woodbine, as well as Robert Downey Jr., Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Michael Chernus, Kenneth Choi, Hannibal Buress, Martin Starr, Michael Barbieri, Angourie Rice and Abraham Attah.
So, in what ways does Spider-Man: Homecoming pave the way for future MCU movies?
They're on track for a $120 million weekend.
"Baby Driver" followed at #3 with $3.9 million, while "Wonder Woman" (#4, $2.9 million) and "Transformers: The Last Knight" (#5, $1.8 million) completed the Top 5.