Tobey Maguire won A LOT LESS than imagined to return in “Spider-Man: No Return Home”

After making his fortune for the original “Spider-Man” trilogy directed by Sam Raimi, star Tobey Maguire hasn’t asked for much to return for an appearance in “Spider-Man: No Back Home”.

According to Market Research Telecast, Maguire made “only” $ 1 million for the film. The site reported that Andrew Garfield – who starred in “The Spectacular Spider-Man 1 and 2” – also won $ 1 million, while protagonist Tom Holland received between $ 4 and $ 5 million for the film. .

Maguire earned $ 4 million as Peter Parker in the first movie “Spider-Man” (2002). He received a huge raise for “Spider-Man 2” and received $ 17.5 million, as well as 5% of the film’s box office. However, after a brawl with the producers, Columbia Pictures threatened to fire the actor and made an offer to Jake Gyllenhaal – who was dating Maguire’s ex-girlfriend and Spider-Man co-star Kirsten Dunst – to replace him. As a result, Maguire’s salary fell to $ 15 million in the third and final film in the Raimi saga.

Check out how much screen time each character had in “Spider-Man: No Back Home”:

Peter Parker (Tom Holland): 1 hour and 28 minutes
MJ (Zendaya): 48 minutes
Ned (Jacob Batalon): 39 minutes
Otto Octavius ​​(Alfred Molina): 31 minutes
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield): 30 minutes
Norman Osborn (Willem Dafoe): 29 minutes
Electro (Jamie Foxx): 28 minutes
Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans): 27 minutes
Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire): 26 minutes
Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church): 25 minutes
May Parker (Marisa Tomei): 19 minutes
Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch): 15 minutes
Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau): 05 minutes
J. Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons): 03 minutes
Flash Thompson (Tony Revolori): 02 minutes
Wong (Benoît Wong): 02 minutes
Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox): 02 minutes

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In less than a month, the sequel “Spider-Man: No Back Home” grossed $ 1.37 billion worldwide, making it the 12th biggest global box office in movie history.

In the United States, the feature film grossed US $ 609.8 million, entering the TOP 10 highest grossing domestic films in cinema history. On the international market, it was US $ 759 million.

In addition, “No Back Home” also represents the BIGGEST box office in Sony Pictures history, beating the gross total of “Spider-Man: Away From Home” ($ 1.13 billion), which previously held the record.

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