Spider-Man: No Way Home received an A+ CinemaScore from audiences in the United States. This is the highest number of MCU films released in 2021, and the film is one of four MCU films (!) to reach this score.
This is a great achievement, because Spider-Man: There is no room for home He had a lot of pressure to deal with. We knew many of the fan-favorite villains would be making a comeback and it was very doubtful if they would. Spider-Man: There is no room for home He can handle it well enough to be successful. Well, that turns out to be the case.
The new Marvel Studios movie has already been a huge box office success, with a $240 million opening weekend, making it the fourth best opening weekend ever in the United States.
But apart from that, the movie also scored a great cinematic mark: A+. Other Marvel films released this year received lower scores: Black Widow (A-), Shang-Chi, The Legend of the Ten Rings (A), and Eternals (B).
By the way, record eternity Lowest CinemaScore rating in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
If you’re wondering which MCU movies also earned an A+ CinemaScore, we’ve got the answer for you: The Avengers, Black Panther, and Avengers: Endgame.
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