With ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Surpassing The $1 Billion Mark, Tom Holland Joins A Select Group Of Actors

Spider-Man: No Way Home is the 38th highest-grossing film of all time, despite its release only three weeks ago.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is the 38th highest-grossing film of all time, despite its release only three weeks ago. And it’s getting better.

The latest edition in the Marvel Cinematic Universe becomes the first pandemic-era film to reach the billion-dollar mark, and only the 49th overall. It’s currently sandwiched between Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and the live-action Aladdin remake, giving you an idea of how recent the films on the list are. (With inflation, only four films released before 2000 have surpassed the $1 billion mark: Titanic, The Lion King, Jurassic Park, and Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.) No Way Home will continue to dominate the box office for weeks, but even if it doesn’t make a single cent more, star Tom Holland is already in rare company.

According to Forbes, 85 actors/actresses have appeared in films worth two billion dollars, 34 in films worth three billion dollars, and just 11 in films worth four billion dollars. It’s largely Marvel people, including Holland, which is unsurprising:

Robert Downey Jr. – 6 movies
Samuel L. Jackson – 6 movies
Chris Evans – 5 movies
Scarlett Johansson – 5 movies
Don Cheadle – 5 movies
Andy Serkis – 5 movies
Mark Ruffalo – 4 movies
Chris Hemsworth – 4 movies
Jeremy Renner – 4 movies
Lupita Nyong’o – 4 movies
Anthony Daniels – 4 movies

Daniels is there because of Star Wars, whereas Nyong’o and Serkis both have Star Wars and Marvel, and Daniels has Star Wars, Marvel, and Lord of the Rings, but otherwise, there’s a lot of Marvel. Uncharted might become Holland’s fifth billion-dollar film (although based on the reception to the trailer, probably not).

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