In the weekend before Christmas 2018, the animated feature film Spider-Man: A New Universe debuted in Spanish cinemas collecting 901 thousand euros and in third place at the box officebelow Aquaman and The return of Mary Poppins. Four and a half years later, the sequel Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse He has done it, but at the gates of summer dates, at number one and entering more than double the first, about 2.1 million eurosaccording to still provisional data from ComScore Movies.

In addition, it has relegated to the second position of the highest grossing, although not forcefully, the live action of The little Mermaid. Another of the bombings of the moment on the billboard stayed at 1.9 million raised. Even so, the new live action version of the Disney classic has already achieved, in a week and a half, than almost a million viewers have gone through the box office.

On the other hand, and at a global level, crossing the multiverse it has exceeded even the most favorable forecasts. It was estimated that in its first weekend it could raise about 150 million, accounted for in dollars, and it turns out that it has crossed the threshold of 200. Specifically, has amassed 208.6 of which 120.5 They correspond to the United States and Canada (the forecasts gave it between 80 and 90) and, in contrast, entering more than triple that of the first (which debuted with 35.3).

In the rest of the countries it was predicted that it would reap some 60 million dollars more. It has 88.1.

Returning to the Spanish box office, a good handful of films were also released on Friday, and in addition to the Spidey multiverse with Miles Morales, the Spanish comedy stood out as God commands directed by Lucia Jimenez and starring Leo Harlemdebuting fourth with 520 thousand eurosand The Boogeymanor the terrifying version of the Bogeyman according to a story by Stephen King, fifth with 335 thousand euros.

The two, together with the phenomena of live concerts (this weekend with SUGA, from the K-pop band BTS) and the opera days (The magic Flute), are the proposals that managed to sneak into the top ten of the weekend.

The ten highest grossing in Spain (from June 2 to 4)

Halle Bailey in ‘The Little Mermaid’

1 – Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse. 2,118,207 euros and 308,325 spectators in three days.

2 – The little mermaid. 1,899,569 euros (and in ten days, 6,272,203 euros and 943,671 spectators).

3-Fast & Furious X. 1,028,794 euros (and in 17 days, 10,411,658 euros and 1,487,362 viewers).

4 – As God Commands. 520,744 euros and 75,583 spectators in three days.

5 – The Boogeyman. 335,702 euros and 47,825 spectators in three days.

6 – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. 325,258 euros (and in 32 days, 10,270,397 euros and 1,649,643 viewers).

7 – Super Mario Bros. The movie. 271,067 euros (and in 61 days, 25,773,032 euros and 4,092,500 viewers).

8 – What a vacation! 148,233 euros (and in 45 days, 4,195,183 euros and 698,169 viewers).

9-SUGA | Agust D TOUR ‘D-DAY’ in JAPAN. 104,545 euros and 5,366 spectators.

10- MET OPERA: The magic flute. €42,966 and 2,392 spectators.

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