Spidey leaves rivals climbing the walls in US
Peter Parker left his opponents for dead, as Spider-Man: Far From Home continued to dominate the US box office.
The Sony-Marvel collaboration took a further $45.3m to take its domestic tally to $274.5m in just two weeks.
Tom Hanks’ Toy Story 4 continued in the runner up spot, despite taking a sizeable $346 in four weeks, while new entries opened in third and fourth, with Kaya Scodelario’s alligator adrenalizer Crawl debuting with $12m, and Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani buddy comedy Stuber opening with $8.2m.
The Beatles’-inspired Yesterday was Getting Better all the time, bagging another $6.7m, while Will Smith’s Aladdin continued to rub off on people in sixth.
Elsewhere demonic doll flick Annabelle Comes Home slipped to seventh, with fellow chiller thriller Midsommar in eighth.
Animated sequel The Secret Life Of Pets 2 continued to behave in ninth, while MIB International completed the top ten.