Spider-Man continued to net audiences in its second week of release.
The web-slinger, starring Tom Holland, nabbed $ 45 million at home for a stunning local take of $ 274 million and an immense $ 847 million globally.
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Getting the girl: Spider-Man: Far From Home continued to net audiences in its second week of release nabbing $ 45 million at home and an immense $ 847 million globally
In second place, Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 4 continued to set up a huge number of play dates with audiences , generating another $ 20 million during its fourth weekend in theaters.
Voiced by Tom Hanks as Woody and Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, its North America tally is now $ 346 million and has tapped $ 771 million worldwide.
Disaster thrillerCrawl secured the best start among fresh offerings, clambering into third with $ 12 million.
It follows a father and daughter, played by Barry Pepper and Kaya Scodelario, who are forced to escape a pack of hungry alligators after a massive hurricane hits their Florida town.
Play dates: Toy Story 4 generated another $ 20 million in its fourth weekend in theaters. Voiced by Tom Hanks as Woody, its local tally is now $ 346 million and $ 771 million worldwide
Disaster thriller: Crawl secured the best start among fresh offerings, clambering into third with $ 12 million for a global start of $ 16.8 million
Overseas, Crawl pulled in $ 4.8 million for a global start of $ 16.8 million.
Not far behind is Stuber, Disney’s first R-rated release since inheriting Fox’s film assets.
The buddy comedy pulled in $ 8 million, half its reported $ 16 million budget, and just $ 3 million elsewhere for a total of $ 11 million.
Kumail Nanjiani plays an Uber driver who is unwittingly pulled into a police hunt to find a killer by his pasenger, a cop played by Dave Bautista.
Buddy comedy: Stuber, Disney’s first R-rated release since inheriting Fox’s film assets, pulled in $ 8 million, half its reported $ 16 million budget
Rounding out the top five is Universal’s Beatles musical Yesterday with $ 6.7 million in its third outing.
Directed by Danny Boyle, it stars Himesh Patel as a struggling musicianwho realizes he’s the only person on Earth who can remember The Beatles after waking up in an alternate timeline where they never existed.
Its domestic total now stands at$ 48 million and its global haul to $ 80.5 million.