Now, CinemaScore has revealed polled audience members have given Tom Holland's Spider-Man: Far From Home an "A" grade.
Speaking to Uproxx about which classic Spider-Man villain he'd like to put up against Tom Holland's Wall-crawler in the inevitable Far From Home follow-up, Watts enthused, "Oh, I would love Kraven".
"Spider-Man: Far From Home", starring Tom Holland as the title character and Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio, is the seventh live-action Spider-Man movie to hit theaters.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at USA and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. The teen hero may just have what it takes to break $1 billion at the box office and be the most profitable Spider-Man movie yet.
Sure, the Skrulls might be popularly viewed as villains in the Marvel Comic Universe, however, Marvel Studios somehow managed to dash fans hopes of having a Secret Invasion arc in the MCU after Captain Marvel turned the aliens into good guys. The opening gave Sony Pictures one of its best weeks ever. The character also played a prominent role in a recent Amazing Spider-Man story called "Hunted", where he gathered together dozens of animal-themed supervillains for the wealthy elite of the Marvel Universe to hunt.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, which carries a US$160 million price tag, picks up after the events of Avengers: Endgame, and puts Peter Parker (Holland) on a class trip to Europe. Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau and Marisa Tomei all returned for the sequel. The R-rated folk horror film nabbed sixth place on box office charts, generating US$6 million over the weekend and US$10.9 million in its first five days of release.
Overseas, it earned US$395 million, boosting its global tally to a mighty US$580 million. That would normally be an issue, except Far From Home, unlike Homecoming, burned off demand with a pre-weekend launch.
In third, at $10.1 million, was Universal's alternate-universe romantic comedy "Yesterday".