Look out, here comes the Spider-Man. The boy wonder that is Spider-Man: Homecoming totally charmed the domestic box office over the weekend, making $117 million in 4,348 locations.

And it looks like he’s even a bit of an over-achiever; industry estimates predicted the film to make $90 million to $110 million over the weekend, while the studio was even more conservative, guessing it would make around $80 million upon its debut.

The summer blockbuster cost $175 million to make, so this opening weekend is a good indicator that Sony, Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures (who all bankrolled the film) will come out just fine. The film has also made $140 million over its first international weekend.

As much as the film seemed like it was going to be a shoe-in for success based on critics’ praise and a savvy social media campaign leading up to the release, it was still the third Spider-Man franchise to hit the big screen in the last 15 years. But gearing the movie towards a family-friendly, teen-centric cast seems to have paid off, as audiences appear to be ready for a summertime Spider-Man. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has landed a 92 percent audience score.

Rounding out the top three at the box office over the weekend was Despicable Me 3 in second place, and the crime thriller Baby Driver in third.

Spider-Man: Homecoming catches up with Peter Parker (played by Tom Holland) as he begins to embrace his identity as Spider-Man. While frustrated with his rookie status as a friendly neighborhood superhero, his abilities are abruptly put to the test when he encounters a serious villain, the Vulture (played by Micheal Keaton).

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Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 is just around the corner. It might feel like Season 5 just began, but as summer winds down you can expect to see some major changes in the popular game. So when exactly will these changes occur? And what will they be?

Here’s everything you need to know about the start of Fortnite Season 6, and our best theories for what to expect in the next couple of weeks.

It’s finally here! Maniac, a trippy new Netflix series starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, is set to debut on September 21 (that’s tomorrow!) bringing all 10 episodes to the streaming service. But when exactly is it time to settle in and binge through the new show from the mind of Cary Fukunaga (best-know for True Detective Season 1, It, and Beasts of No Nation)? Here’s what you need to know.

Have you seen Matt Murdock? Marvel is looking for the best lawyer in Hell’s Kitchen’s to promote Daredevil Season 3 on Netflix ahead of its still-unconfirmed release date.

On Thursday, Marvel posted on its official Twitter account (@Marvel) a GIF of a “MISSING” poster for Matt Murdock, featuring Charlie Cox’s handsome mug.

By now, we all know Thor should’ve aimed for the head at the end of in Avengers: Infinity War, even though Star-Lord shoulders a lot of the blame for Thanos wiping out half the universe due to his meltdown on Titan. But if you believe Doctor Strange’s talk about one successful outcome and his alleged “endgame,” then maybe Star-Lord’s freakout was actually an essential part of the plan. At the very least, the alternative could’ve been so much worse.

We told you what kind of charismatic popsicle Henry Cavill is on Instagram. On the night the news broke that Cavill may leave the role of Superman in the DC film franchise, Cavill responded on social media in the best, and undeniably weirdest, way possible.

On Wednesday, Cavill shared a video selfie on Instagram that is, frankly, impossible to describe without sounding a bit crazy. It’s a video of Cavill, wearing a “Krypton Lifting Team” t-shirt and playing Johann Strauss II’s “The Blue Danube” (performed by barking dogs) as Cavill silently raises and lowers a Superman figure still in the box.