After being released in theatres in the United States and Canada, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse had a massive opening weekend grossing a total of $120.5 million.
The animated movie surpasses all expectations to become the third-biggest opening weekend for any “Spider-Man” picture and the second-biggest opening weekend of the year, behind only “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” ($146 million).
It was made for half the price of typical live-action comic book movies, with a $100 million budget. “Across the Spider-Verse” would have been a hit even if it had debuted at the anticipated $80 million.
That Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse told the tale of Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), who was bitten by a radioactive spider,
Spider-Man was killed by Kingpin when the jumping-off point was established. The many Spider-people were able to enter Miles Morales’ realm, however, since he had unlocked several portals.
In order to effectively defeat Kingpin, he collaborated with Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld), Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), and several other spider-people.