Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home has grossed $218.5M from the international box officethrough Thursday. Along with this week’s firecracker domestic debut, the global running total is now $310M, getting there in just seven days and as the film is on its way across $500M worldwide through Sunday.
The Jon Watts-directed sequel got going early in China, Japan and Hong Kong last weekend. As it enters the second frame, each of those remain in the Top 5 grossing hubs so far, while Korea, the UK, France, Russia, Germany, Mexico and Brazil, among others, have come into the web during the week.
Through Thursday, the Top 5 markets are China ($136.8M), Japan ($12.9M), Korea($12M), the UK ($7.2M) and Hong Kong ($6.6M).
In the mid-week, South East Asia opened 46% ahead of Spider-Man: Homecomingwith Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand making $5.2M in their debuts. The cume across those markets is $9.2M through Thursday.
Taiwan notably debuted on Wednesday to $1.25M, 41% over Homecoming and scoring the second highest total for a standalone superhero. The cume through Thursday is $2.1M.