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.

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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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There are many lists on the internet that rank the greatest fight scenes, or the most impressive stunts pulled off by living human beings. This list is not like any of those. The following items listed below are, with some room for debate, the most influential stunts and action sequences in cinema, the ones that raised the bar and define what action movies looks like today.

When Nintendo announced that every fighter in Smash Bros. history would be playable in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, fans everywhere probably didn’t consider how long it would take to actually obtain all 70-plus fighters. Thankfully, it doesn’t take that long to begin smashing with your favorite mains. You will, however, need to put in some effort.

Fortnite: Battle Royale just made a ton of major changes to introduce Season 7, from new skins to a brand new iceberg biome to powerful new challenges. But the biggest change of all may be the addition of a powerful new vehicle: the X-4 Stormwing Plane. Here’s what you need to know to find them on the map, including at least one location where you’ll probably see a plane.

Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 7 is finally here, and the infamous “no dancing” signs are once again important. This time around, they’re in some different locations, however.

Season 7 began in the early hours of Thursday, December 6 when the mysterious iceberg crashed right into the island and created a new wintery area in the southwest corner of the map. The new Battle Pass has some exciting new additions, and for some reason there are two dancing challenges in Week 1.

Huge changes have just hit the world of Fortnite: Battle Royale, but there are still landmarks to dance on to get extra Battle Stars from Season 7 challenges.

Fortnite Season 7 kicked off in the early hours of Thursday, December 6, bringing with it some radical new map changes, a new Battle Pass, and some familiar challenge types. One multi-stage challenge has players dance on top of three specific landmarks: an RV Crown, metal turtle, and submarine.