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The Spider-Man Re-Releases Have A Clear Winner At The Box Office

The other five “Spider-Man” films re-released didn’t do quite as well at the box office as the Raimi movies. “The Amazing Spider-Man” made around $510,000 during its re-release. Interestingly, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” which flopped hard back in 2014, breached the top 20 by making $669,262 the week of May 10.

The MCU “Spider-Man” re-releases proved to be largely a string of diminishing returns. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” made $375,421 the week of May 17; “Spider-Man: Far From Home” did slightly worse the week of May 24 at $346,971, even though the event was playing an extended version of the film. Finally, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” rebounded to break the trend with a $691,815 take the week of May 31. The version playing was the “More Fun Stuff” re-edit which hit theaters recently. Perhaps stragglers decided to check out the latest step in Peter Parker’s (Tom Holland) odyssey, or maybe Tobey Maguire really is that much of an enticement, since his Peter Parker appears in the film, as does Andrew Garfield’s.

In any event, it’s been a solid month for Sony — and strongly hints that audiences miss the “Evil Dead” director’s artistic sensibilities when it comes to Peter’s never-ending drama. After all, it seems Sam Raimi can never escape talks of “Spider-Man 4.”

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