Tom Holland’s Peter Parker has swayed everyone so far and that has resulted in staggering collections for Spider-Man: Homecoming on the US domestic box-office. The Jon Watts directorial has so far collected around $300 million in United States alone. It had already beat 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man’s domestic total of $262 million, previously.

Now, the target will be 2012’s James Bond movie Skyfall that made around $304 million, domestically. And the Spidey reboot should overtake the 007 flick by Sunday.

Spider-Man: Homecoming had an excellent opening weekend of $117 million during its worldwide release on July 7th.

Sony’s biggest domestic grosser till date is Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 (2007), which holds the record, with a solid $336 million (sans 3D).

Homecoming is yet to open in Japan and China, next month, so it can’t be said yet that how much it will earn as a total, worldwide.