Far From Home Gets a Boost From Its Extended Cut
Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not. With 2018’s films wrapped up, we turn our focus squarely on 2019.
This past weekend, Spider-Man: Far From Home saw a big boost at the box office. The film improved up to eighth from last weekend’s 15th by earning $4.3 million. That’s a 153.2% increase over the previous weekend. The film was re-released with extra footage. The film has now earned $385.9 million domestically. Over the week, the film also earned $225,000 at the foreign box office. There it has earned $736.2 million for a worldwide total of $1.122 billion. It’s now just $6 million away from passing Captain Marvel and becoming the ninth highest-grossing comic adaptation worldwide.
The Kitchen, based on the Vertigo comic miniseries, continues to struggle at the box office but it’s earning dollars. The film earned $377,000 domestically for the week and $700,000 million internationally. The movie has brought in $11.8 million domestically, $2.7 million internationally, and $14.5 million worldwide. That’s far short of the $37 million reported budget. It’s also the worst-performing comic adaptation of the year.
Avengers: Endgame is still bringing in money after 19 weeks. The movie came in at #35 for the weekend and added an estimated $80,000 to its domestic total. It has now earned $858.3 million domestically. It also earned about $123,000 internationally over the week. In total the film has earned $2.796 billion.
Here’s where 2019’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.
Total Domestic Gross: $2.027 billion
Total International Gross: $4.210 billion
Worldwide Gross: $6.238 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.234 billion
Total “Profit”: $5.004 billion
Average Domestic Gross: $225.3 million
Average International Gross: $467.8 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $693.1 million
Average Budget: $137.1 million
Average Profit: $556.0 million
Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. The bold numbers are above average while those below average are not.
|Spider-Man: Far From Home||Sony||$385,887,588|
|Alita: Battle Angel||Fox||$85,710,210|
|Dragon Ball Super: Broly||FUNamation Films||$30,712,119|
|Spider-Man: Far From Home||Sony||$736,225,008|
|Alita: Battle Angel||Fox||$319,142,333|
|Dragon Ball Super: Broly||FUNamation Films||$83,390,702|
|Spider-Man: Far From Home||Sony||$1,122,112,596|
|Alita: Battle Angel||Fox||$404,852,543|
|Dragon Ball Super: Broly||FUNamation Films||$114,102,821|
|Spider-Man: Far From Home||Sony||$962,112,596|
|Alita: Battle Angel||Fox||$234,852,543|
|Dragon Ball Super: Broly||FUNamation Films||$105,602,821|
|Dragon Ball Super: Broly||FUNamation Films||13.42|
|Spider-Man: Far From Home||Sony||7.01|
|Alita: Battle Angel||Fox||2.38|