'Spider-Man: No Way Home' advance ticket sales create history
'Spider-Man: No Way Home' advance ticket sales create history

There is no doubt that Hollywood actor Tom Holland's upcoming movie Spider-Man - No Way Home is scheduled to release tomorrow, December 16, 2021, and there is a lot of excitement among fans several days before the release of the film. Yes, advance booking has started at Hyderabad Multiplexes for the last several days and due to this, all the shows have also become housefull. The theatre has now decided to have extra shows for the multiplex owners as the entire show house is full. Which will start at 5 a.m.

Booking in Mumbai: According to media reports, most theatres in Mumbai have started booking advances for the movie and the Marvel movie is getting a tremendous response in every format 2D-3D. While we can see that nearly 70% of the theatre is almost full, its hopes of gaining momentum from the evening are also increasing rapidly.

Booking in Delhi: Advance booking conditions are looking great not only in Mumbai but also in Delhi-NCR. About 80% of theatres are housefull and in the coming days, cinema halls and shows may add up which in turn will help theatre owners attract more audiences.

Booking in Bengaluru: Let us tell you that booking is very low here as compared to Mumbai and Delhi. However, we can see that Spider-Man has been given fewer shows here right now, which has led to only 50% of the shows being booked.

Hyderabad: Not only that, Hyderabad is far ahead of other cities. 90% of the shows have been fully booked here. Even the 8 am shows is being given a great response.

Chennai and Pune: Shows are filling up fast in Chennai and 80% of the shows have already been booked. On the other hand, about 50% of theatres in Pune are reacting well. The movie is expected to gain momentum in Pune in the coming days.

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