'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Hits Box Office All Time Top 10, Still Going

Spider-Man: No Way Home has cemented its top blockbuster status and has now swung its way into the top 10 list of all-time domestic box office movies. The film crawled past 2018's Incredibles 2 to hit 10th spot over the weekend.

Spider-Man: No Way Home's identity as a big hit was no secret when it broke the $600 million mark on its 17th day of release, according to review-aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes.

It has been steadily climbing the list of highest-grossing movies and found itself in the 12th all-time spot on Wednesday and had entered the 11th slot a day later.

The feat is impressive given Spider-Man: No Way Home was only released in U.S. theatres on Wednesday, December 15.

As of Monday morning, the film continues to sit in 10th place in the all-time domestic box office.

According to The Numbers, a database that collects information about movie sales, Spider-Man: No Way Home sits on $609,891,855.

It could plausibly climb higher: ninth spot is less than $11 million away, currently occupied by 2017's Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi with $620,181,382.

However, the film still has a long way if it wants to claim the top spot, where 2015's Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens has shown its galactic appeal with a massive $936,662,225, according to The Numbers.

Meanwhile, Spider-Man: No Way Home remains in 12th spot in the all-time worldwide box office with a staggering $1,368,891,855.

Spider-Man: No Way Home features the titular superhero, played by Tom Holland, enlisting the help of Dr. Stephen Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, to conceal his identity.

But, the plan goes awry and results in Spider-Man facing off with foes who featured in previous iterations of Spider-Man. Some of the villains making a return appearance include Doctor Octopus, Sandman, The Green Goblin, and Lizard.

Unlike many Marvel superhero films, the film is distributed by Sony Pictures rather than Disney.

While Sony Pictures had film rights to the character, a deal was struck in 2015 to share the Spider-Man franchise between Marvel Studios, Disney and Sony.

The arrangement led to the famous web-slinger finally entering the Marvel cinematic universe and crossing over with other superhero icons, such as Iron Man.

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Promo image for "Spider-Man: No Way Home." The film has now entered the all-time top 10 domestic box office. Marvel