Spider-Man: No Way Home has swung its way to another big record.
Now, studio Sony Pictures has confirmed that No Way Home has become their highest-grossing movie ever. Not too shabby.
It also looks like its success could translate into Oscar glory, at least if producers get their way, with the blockbuster being pushed for an Academy Awards campaign.
“Anything that makes people aware of the movie is something that, obviously, we’re all going to give our all to,” Sony’s Amy Pascal said. “And the studio has been very generous and supportive. They seem really gung-ho.”
In other Spider-Man news, the new movie has unveiled a first look at star Tom Holland’s brother Harry’s deleted cameo from the movie, in which the youngster takes on the role of a thief.
The Peter Parker actor himself previously spoke on how the appearance came about, with Holland backing his brother to appear after a suggestion from director Jon Watts, fuelled in part by a previous conversation in which Harry ribbed Tom for complaining after a particularly tough day on set.
Harry’s exhausting time on set eventually led him to admitting how tough it really was, Tom adding: “The icing on the cake, I don’t think he actually knows this, but we saw the film the other day, and they’ve cut the scene! It’s not in the film.
“[Harry] said to me, ‘Mate, that was really tough, but I was just really excited about being in a Spider-Man movie.’
“Sucks to be you bro!” the star quipped.
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