Tom Holland steps into the role previously played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
Sony and Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: Homecoming, the latest film featuring the beloved web slinger, opened to an estimated (and hearty) $117 million at the North American box office over the weekend.
The reboot stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker — aka Spider-Man — alongside Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau and Marisa Tomei. The British actor first appeared as Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. The titular role was played by Tobey Maguire in the first three films before Andrew Garfield took over starring duties.
THR takes a look at the box-office performance of past Spider-Man movies based on their domestic openings through the years.
Spider-Man launched to heroic business, setting the standard for the modern-day superhero tentpole. The pic, starring Maguire, launched to a record-shattering $174 million on its way to earning $614.2 million domestically, when adjusted for inflation. Unadjusted, those numbers are $114.8 million (still a record) and $403.7 million. Directed by Sam Raimi, Spider-Man earned $418 million offshore, an especially impressive number considering the international box office wasn't as big then.
Maguire resumed his duties playing Peter Parker in the sequel, which set off loud fireworks in its debut over the July Fourth holiday. The movie grossed $164.9 million for the official four-day holiday weekend on its way to a lifetime domestic gross of $531.5 million, when accounting for inflation. Unadjusted, those numbers are $125.5 million and $373.6 million, respectively. Spider-Man 2 grossed another $410.2 million internationally.
The final installment of the original trilogy scored a record-breaking opening of $174 million before landing at $432.4 million domestically, when accounting for inflation. Unadjusted, those numbers are $151.1 million and $336.5 million, respectively. Internationally, Spider-Man 3 earned $418 million.
Starring Garfield in the titular role, the reboot took advantage of the July Fourth corridor by opening on a Tuesday. The Amazing Spider-Man grossed $155.7 million in its first six days, including $70.5 million for the three-day weekend, on its way to earning $297.7 million all in domestically, when accounting for inflation. Unadjusted, those numbers are $137 million, $62 million and $262 million, respectively. Internationally, it grossed $495.9 million.
Garfield made his final appearance in the red and blue suit in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which debuted to $97.2 million on its way to topping out at $215.4 million domestically, when accounting for inflation. Unadjusted, those numbers are $91.6 million and $202.9 million, respectively. Overseas, the pic earned $506.1 million.