Marvel’s new action and superhero movie, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” has earned an estimated $5.2 million at the Saudi box office, after it was released around the world on December 17.
For his part, the action hero, Tom Holland, responded to the criticism of the great American director Martin Scorsese of superhero films, which the director described as not up to the level of artwork, and that he does not recognize them in the cinema.
“You can ask Martin Scorsese, ‘Do you want to make a Marvel movie?’ But he doesn’t know what it’s like because he’s never been in a Marvel movie before,” Holland said in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
He added, “I’ve been in Marvel movies, and I’ve also been involved in other movies, which were nominated in the Oscars world, and the only difference, really, is that one is a lot more expensive than the other.”
The hero of “Spider-Man” explained that the way the director makes the details of the story and the characters are all the same, but the implementation is on a different scale, and he emphasized the idea that Marvel films are real art.
The movie received very high ratings hours after its presentation in international cinemas, reaching more than 9.5 on the rotten tomatoes, describing many of those who watched the movie as the most successful Marvel movie.
After the true identity of Spider-Man is revealed, he is unable to separate his normal life from the great dangers of being a superhero, but when he seeks help from Doctor Strange, the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man.
The film stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jon Favreau, Benedict Cumberbatch, Angourie Rice, Marisa Tomei, J. Simmons, Benedict Wong, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr, Jacob Batalon, and directed by John Watts.
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