Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, a Sony Pictures movie, debuted in India and is still maintaining a respectable box office opening weekend. The animated sequel, which did over 4 crore in business on Day 1, has reportedly made an early estimate of 4 crore on Day 2. The movie came out on Thursday.
Cricket player Shubman Gill provided Pavitr Prabhakar's voice in the animated movie's Hindi and Punjabi versions. The follow-up to the 2018 movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is called Spider-The movie Man in the Spider-Verse. It eventually become one of the all-time best-selling animated movies.
Across the Spider-Verse has reportedly made $4.00 crores in India on its second day for all languages, according to a report by Sacnilk. After two days, this brings the total collections at the Indian box office to 8.20 crores. Ten different languages, including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, and Bengali, have versions of Spider-Man Across The Spider-Verse available in India.
On Day 1, the movie defied predictions at the Indian box office. Taran Adarsh, a film industry expert, described the opening day numbers as a "pleasant surprise." He also revealed that the movie made 4.20 crores on Day 1 in India. He revealed on Twitter, "#SpiderManAcrossTheSpiderVerse springs a pleasant surprise… Animation film Thu release, yet #SpiderMan posts a healthy total… Thu ₹ 4.20 cr Nett BOC. 1800 screens. Note: Has released in 10 languages in #India. #SpiderVerse."
There is already a Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse sequel in production. The date is March 29, 2024.
"Grander and still more intimate, flashier, and more personal with truckloads more of the heart and humor that made 2018's clutter-busting Into The Spider-Verse one of the most distinctive, energizing, and beloved superhero movies of the decade," the review of Spider-Man Across The Spider-Verse reads. We receive the same enthralling blend of action, feeling, and creative, jaw-dropping animation once more.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse made $17.35 million on its opening night in the United States, which is the second-highest figure for an animated film, only behind Incredibles 2. The animated sequel is reportedly projected to earn $80 million by the end of the weekend, with some analysts projecting it to reach $90 million. The movie was well-received by both critics and viewers.