The MCU Machine just kept churning post Endgame as Spider-Man: Far From Home dominated the July 4th weekend with a $93.6M weekend and, more impressively, a $185M total through its first six days of release (the film opened on Tuesday July 2). While the early-week release makes comparisons difficult, through six days Far From Home is currently tracking ahead of 2017's Spider-Man Homecoming ($154.2M)—which had a traditional Friday release and an opening weekend of $117M. As is usually the case with these unique releases, the second weekend number will tell a clearer tale, but based universally glowing reactions from critics and audiences alike, Far From Home should show some solid spidey-legs down the stretch.
In second place,Toy Story 4 tallied $34.3M in its third weekend (-42.5%) for a new total of $306.6M as it continues to track ahead ofToy Story 3—which had $30.3M in its third weekend and a total of $289.1M through the same time period and went on to a total of $415M.
In third place, the Beatles-themed rom-dramedy Yesterday held strong in its second weekend—down only 36.8% with $10.8M for a solid 10-day total of $36.9M.
Fourth place went to Annabelle Comes Home, which dropped 51.9% in its second weekend with $9.8M. That gives the spinoff threequel $50.2M through 10 days.
Rounding out hte Top Five, Aladdin continued its impressive performance with $7.6M in its seventh weekend (a drop of only 24.9%). The live-action remake sits at $320.8M and counting.
Just missing the Top Five, Ari Aster's highly-buzzed Hereditary follow up Midsommar opened in sixth place with $6.6M and a five day total of $10.9M.