"Spider-Man: Homecoming" ropes in RM15 mil in M'sia

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" ropes in RM15 mil in M'sia

Spider-Man (with help from his Iron-clad mentor) is swinging all the way to the top spot.

10 Jul – Looks like swinging back to Marvel was not a shabby idea for this web-slinging superhero. The latest Spidey venture, "Spider-Man: Homecoming", has officially become the biggest "Spider-Man" movie of all time!

Even just in Malaysia, it's been setting quite a record. Sony Pictures Entertainment revealed that within just 4 days of its release, the new movie has roped in more than RM15 million.

The superhero flick hit cinemas nationwide last week on Thursday, 6 July.

Starring an even younger Peter Parker (played by 21-year-old English actor Tom Holland) than the previous Spidey outings, the movie sees Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man mentoring the teenage superhero as the latter tries to balance his high school life and superhero life – battling the supervillain, the Vulture (Michael Keaton).

The movie opened at various markets since last week and has been garnering positive reviews from fans and critics alike.

Worldwide, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" has already collected more than USD257 million.

Related Movies:
Spider-Man: Homecoming (06 Jul 2017)
Spider-Man: Far From Home (03 Jul 2019)
Marvel's Captain America: Civil War (28 Apr 2016)
Avengers: Infinity War (25 Apr 2018)

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