He may not find a way home in the movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home finds it’s ‘home’ when it makes a significant debut at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart.
The film, which is currently only available on digital download, flies straight to Number 1 in its first week, landing itself in the company of other massive week one performances from major blockbusters including Avengers: Endgame, Frozen 2, Avengers: Infinity War and Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker.
Starring Tom Holland once again as the eponymous superhero, this marks the third Spider-Man film starring Holland alongside Zendaya and Benedict Cumberbatch.
Meanwhile, The Matrix Resurrections also makes a strong debut, landing at Number 2. The fourth instalment in the Matrix franchise is set sixty years after its predecessor The Matrix Revolutions (2003) and also enjoys its debut week on digital downloads only.
Last week’s Number 1 Clifford The Big Red Dog drops to Number 3, though it is the biggest seller of the week on physical formats. Dune (4) and No Time To Die (5) hold on to their placings from last week, while West Side Story (6) stumbles four.
Encanto takes its place at Number 7, The King’s Man arrives at Number 8 and Ghostbusters: Afterlife floats down two to Number 9.
Finally, Venom: Let There Be Carnage holds on tight at Number 10 to round off this week’s countdown.
Now, as well as OfficialCharts.com, the Official Film Chart can also be found on FindAnyFilm.com – the ultimate site for Film and TV fans to discover all the legal ways to buy the entertainment they want on disc and digital formats.
The Official Film Chart is unveiled each Wednesday and is the subject of a Top 10 Official Film Chart online show, published on OfficialCharts.com and available for media syndication.
The chart – the result of a partnership between the Official Charts Company, the British Association for Screen Entertainment and incorporating data from retailer members of the Entertainment Retailers Association – is published on OfficialCharts.com every Wednesday at noon and counts movie downloads from services including Amazon, iTunes, Sky Store, Virgin Media Store, Rakuten TV, Talk Talk TV, as well as 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD disc sales from all high street and online retailers