‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ set to web the Sri Lankan box office
Posted on December 17th, 2021

Courtesy NewsIn.Asia

The first reviews of Tom Holland starrer Spider-Man: No Way Home are out.

Colombo, Dec 17 (newsin.asia) – Spider-Man: No Way Home is already breaking records post-pandemic with immense response kicking in from cinema fans across Sri Lanka. The latest Marvel instalment, Spider-Man: No Way Home is one of the most anticipated films of the year, and fans eager to avoid spoilers are expected to arrive in droves to cinemas this weekend.

The ticket sales for the blockbuster movie opened two weeks in advance at SAVOY Cinemas. The movie lovers who were keen on a cinematic experience have started to storm the theatres with occupancy reaching full capacity. All shows are sold out days ahead of the release.

The movie is set to make its mark as the highest-grossing English blockbuster release in Sri Lanka ever since the pandemic,” said Sashini Kiriella Bandara – CEO, SAVOY Cinemas. Spider-man: No Way Home is recording phenomenal pre-sales across the world, even beating Avengers: Endgame in various markets for the sales record. It may be too early to assess the sales record in Sri Lanka considering how big Endgame was but we had our first taste of what may be coming ahead when most of the weekend shows were sold out in 24 hours.”

READ: A bold and spectacular movie from the get go. I went for the first show on opening day and I can safely say that the movie did not waste a single moment giving Spiderman fans exactly what they want.

The EAP Distribution circuit holds 28 theatres under its umbrella and the movie will be screened at Savoy 3D Cinema – Wellawatte equipped with real Dolby Atmos, Savoy Premier -Wellawatte, Savoy Premier – Rajagiriya, Cinemax – Ja Ela, Sinexpo – Kurunegala, Samantha – Dematagoda and many other theatres islandwide.

The SAVOY Cinemas operate under the right health & safety practices, maintaining standards to ensure the health & safety of our patrons. COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated and amplified ongoing shifts in consumers’ behaviour, pulling forward digital disruption and forging industry tipping points that wouldn’t have been reached for many years.

However, despite all of this it is fascinating to see the patrons back at the theatres and to truly see how passionate the market is in watching a movie on large screens and proper sounds – a true cinematic experience.

With high anticipation for the Jon Watts-directed film since the trailer debuted in November, critics and viewers rounded up their takes on Spider-Man: No Way Home, which many consider the best Spider-Man film yet.

A bold and spectacular movie from the get-go. I went for the first show on opening day and I can safely say that the movie did not waste a single moment giving Spiderman fans exactly what they want” said Fadil Feisal, one of the first to watch the movie in Sri Lanka.

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