Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse scales box office heights with a distance of $ 35.4 million
Bobbie Whiteman for Dailymail.com
There are already six Spider-Man films with another to be released next year.
But it seems that fans can not get enough of the wonder on the web.
The latest animated version was the top of the weekend checkout office, with $ 35.4 million on the internet in North America and another $ 21 million elsewhere, according to Box Office Mojo.
At number 1: Shameik Moore shows Miles Morales as the superhero in the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, who has $ 35.4 million at home and worldwide $ 56.4 million entangled
Shameik Moore shows Miles Morales in Sony's animation Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
This version represents a world with parallel realities in which Spidey can be any race, creed or color.
That is why Peter Parker makes way for Miles Morales as Spider-Man – a black, Latino character that is new for theater visitors, but not for comedians.
The Spider-Man of his dimension, Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore, joins forces with Spideys from parallel realities to stop a threat that threatens them all.
At one point: Clint Eastwood's drug crime film The Mule, which he both directed and played, stole $ 17.2 million
In second place is the crime film of Clint Eastwood, The Mule, which raised $ 17.2 million.
Clint both directed and took the lead as a needy 90-year-old who turned to Illinois to transport cocaine to a Mexican drug cartel to pay his retirement.
The film has to be opened somewhere else.
Third place: Benedict Cumberbatch agrees with The Mean Greenie in Dr. Seuss & # 39; The Grinch, which earned $ 11.6 million, with a local take to $ 240 million after six weeks of release and $ 373.7 million worldwide
Dr. Seuss & # 39; The Grinch dropped a place to third place and earned $ 11.6 million over the weekend.
That brings the local take of the animated family film to $ 240 million after six weeks of release and $ 373.7 million worldwide
Benedict Cumberbatch lets the grunky Grinch hear while he plans to steal Christmas again.
Fourth place went to Ralph Breaks The internet, which took $ 9.6 million after spending three weeks at the top of the checkout.
Fourth place: Ralph Breaks Internet picked up $ 9.6 million after three weeks at the top of the cash register. It raked $ 154 million home since it opened and $ 285.2 million worldwide
The animated film, a sequel to Wreck It Ralph 2012, has sold $ 154 million in domestic tickets since its opening and $ 285.2 million worldwide
In fifth place is Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit director Peter Jackson's newly released Mortal Engines, whose ticket sale was fixed at $ 7.5 million.
It did better in other countries to earn $ 34.8 million for a global take of $ 34.8 million, well below its $ 100 million budget.
The post-apocalyptic sci-fi sees Charamett Hester Shaw of Hera Hilmar as the only person who can stop the city of London – now a colossal predator on wheels – from looking for everything that comes her way.
At five o'clock: the ticket sales of Mortal Engines stuck at $ 7.5 million. But in other countries it did better $ 34.8 million for a global take of $ 34.8 million, well below its $ 100 million budget