In an exclusive report published by Entertainment Tonight, Chris Hemsworth (yep, the God of Thunder himself) revealed - during a red carpet premiere of Men In Black: International - that he played a part in helping Tom to land the role of Spider-Man. "Remember, we were on Spider-Man?" . So these projections are based on a six-day Independence Day weekend, whereas Homecoming opened the Friday after July 4, and ended its first six days with a little over $144 million.
As Sony readies its final marketing push, estimates could likely increase, with some industry experts believing Far From Home's opening weekend numbers could reach as high as $180 million. But this July could be a repeat of 2017 when the studio released both a highly-anticipated blockbuster with "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and an acclaimed original film with Edgar Wright's "Baby Driver", which grossed $107.8 million domestically.
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Tom further added, "There were just Kevin Feige, two Russo Brothers, myself, Robert Downey Jr". But Spidey's vacation is cut short as he is visited by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who informs him that the battle against Thanos has created dimensional chaos.
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"Sony's Spider-Man Far from Home posters just keep getting better wow", one user captioned their homemade poster, while another wrote cheekily, "The Spider-Man: Far from Home poster creators are at it again". The film hits theaters on July 2, 2019.
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She joins U.S. legend Michelle Akers as the highest single-game scorer in Women's World Cup history. "I think we did that". They are the No. 1 ranked team in the world, but their preparation this year hasn't gone as smoothly as you'd expect.