Spider-Man: Far From Home Box Office: Since it all started in 2002, the Spidey movies have started garnering fans worldwide. They started keeping the ‘kids’ as the target audience but it all changed with time. Giving an emotional connect to the story, Marvel took over by including this web-slinger into the team.
It started its week 2 on a very good note, as even amidst the chaos of good movies, it has managed to earn a good amount on its 2nd Friday. That’s a notable feat because Shahid Kapoor’s Kabir Singh, Ayushamann Khurrana’s Article 15 and Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 are doing amazingly well among the audience.
It has continued its winning streak and collected 2.85 crores (Till Friday) and now stands at the grand total of 64.06 crores. This is a good number, at least in India, and it seems the movie has still some life left in it. In the movie, Spider-Man continues to fight the bad guys without his mentor Iron Man, but the ‘Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man’ later shifts focus to his school trip where he wants to confess his love to MJ (actress Zendaya).
The vacation gets interrupted by Nick Fury (actor Samuel L. Jackson) who means only business and shows interest in recruiting the young superhero for a mission as Thor is on a holiday and Captain Marvel isn’t available. He also makes Peter meet Mysterio (actor Jake Gyllenhaal).
Talking about the new entry, Holland had earlier said, “Mysterio is my new best friend in the movie. We together fight these creatures.”
Spider-Man: Far From Home released in India on July 5 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.