SONY Home Media Sales Increase 104% Thanks to Spider-Man


Spider-Man: No Coming Home was a huge hit when it was released late last year. It was the highest-grossing film of the post-COVID era with over $1.9 billion worldwide (currently the 6th-highest-grossing film of all time), it was the highest-grossing Spider Man movie of all time and is considered one of the best Marvel movies ever made.

With the upcoming release of the extended cut alias Spider-Man: No Way Home – The Funnest Version in theaters, the film is guaranteed to make even more money for SONY, putting No coming home to an even higher place in box office history.

But it turns out that not only ticket sales are growing, but also SONY’s Home Media division. SONY Pictures Home Entertainment’s fiscal 2023 first quarter report showed that they earned $282 million for this person (which ended on June 30). This is a 104% increase from the $138 million in the prior year period.

This increase in home media revenue can be attributed to the home press release of Spider-Man: No Coming Homeas well as several reissues of old Spider Man films from 2002 to the present day. across physical media, digital distribution and streaming.

It was clearly a good quarter for SONY. This shows that the buzz for the popular web slinger is bigger than ever. But with the Tom Holland series in question if it will even continue, we might not see such a high number again for some time. If their current list of upcoming Spider-Verse movies is as bad as Morbius then the goose with the golden eggs may have missed.

Upcoming Spider-Verse movies include Kraven the hunter, Madame Web and El Muerto. There are also the two animated films Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse Part 1 and Part 2.

Did you buy Spider-Man: No Coming Home on DVD/BluRay?

Source: Media Play News

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