“Spider-Man: Far From Home”? has hauled in nearly $600 million worldwide at the box office during its first 10 days in theaters.

The second Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland opened in the U.S. on Tuesday and will take in an estimated $185 million domestically through Sunday.

This is the best six-day record for Sony, who produced the film in partnership with Disney’s Marvel Studios.

Because of this partnership, the film is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and has implications for future films in the franchise.

“Far From Home” is also the best six-day opening for a Spider-Man film and the best six-day opening for a film over the Fourth of July holiday, the company said.

The superhero film also hauled in a record $39.3 million in the U.S., the highest movie opening on a Tuesday in film industry history, Sony said.

Internationally, the film opened last weekend and has grossed $395 million.

“Sony’s ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ proves that the Marvel magic is alive and well as the film spun an impressive web of box office in a perfectly executed Four-of-July release strategy that gave the hugely entertaining and crowd pleasing film a chance to stretch its legs over an extended holiday debut,” said Paul Dergarabedian, a senior analyst at Comscore.
康姆斯克公司的高級分析師Paul Dergarabedian說:“索尼的《蜘蛛俠:英雄遠征》證明漫威的魔力依然存在,這部電影完美地執行了7月4日的上映策略,打造了令人印象深刻的票房網絡,給了這部極具娛樂性和觀眾愉悅感的電影一個機會,讓它在長假首映中大展拳腳”。