In its seventh weekend of release, Spider-Man: No Way Home has reclaimed first place at the box office. According to Variety, the latest Spider-Man franchise is anticipated to earn $10.4 million across its opening weekend, which is a 26% drop from the previous frame. Tom Holland's Spider-Man: Homecoming retained the top spot during the first weekend of Paramount's Scream, though it reclaimed the top spot last weekend.

The film's objective is to overtake Avatar on the all-time box office charts. No Way Home is currently ranked at No. 4 with $734 million USD, just behind Avatar, which earned $760 million USD more than a decade ago.

The latest franchise to everyone's favorite web-slinger has been a surprise hit. On the film's opening weekend, No Way Home broke into the box office top 10 for Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and is now currently ranked at No. 5 on the list of all-time highest grossing movies, breaking $300 million USD domestically and $700 million USD worldwide (which was last reached by DC Extended Universe's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice).

No Way Home earned $117 million USD after it debuted in theaters. The film is the fourth-highest grossing movie released this year behind Disney's Lion King remake, Aladdin and Toy Story 4.

Of course, Spider-Man hasn't had the best track record at the box office this decade with three of the franchise's latest films (The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man) failing to clear $200 million USD domestically.

A sequel to No Way Home is already slated for release in the next phase of Marvel. Tom Holland and director Jon Watts will both return for this follow-up installment as well as Zendaya. Jake Gyllenhaal is also set to join the cast as a secondary villain named Mysterio.Supported by a solid cast and good word-of-mouth, No Way Home is expected to see its ticket sales continue to rise and climb up the charts as we head into the summer movie season.