'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Back at No. 1 During Its Sixth Weekend

After it was briefly dethroned by ‘Scream.’

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Sony and Marvel‘s Spider-Man: No Way Home has returned to No. 1 at the box office.

According to reports, the Tom Holland-led superhero title earned an additional $14.1 million USD from 3,705 North American cinemas between January 21 to January 24. No Way Home made its way back to the top during its sixth weekend in cinemas — a “rare” feat — following a brief stint at No. 2 when Scream earned a total of $30.6 million USD last week.

Earlier this month, No Way Home became the sixth highest-grossing film in the United States when its domestic earnings hit $668 million USD. It overtook Titanic’s $659 million USD and Jurassic World’s $652 million USD, and could possibly overtake Avengers: Infinity War’s $678 million USD.

Elsewhere in entertainment, take a look at all the new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in February 2022.

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