What Vidhu Vinod Chopra'sFerrari Ki Sawaricouldn't do in two weeks; The Amazing Spider-Man has done in three days! The film's opening weekend collections are reported to be in the range of Rs 27 crore net.
Not only in India, but this little master of web affairs, has been weaving his web real well in Hollywood too. The Andrew Garfield-Emma Stone reboot, directed by Marc Webb, reportedly collected a whopping $35 million during its first day in U.S. theaters.
Winning the distinction of being the highest money-spinner ever released on a Tuesday, The Amazing Spider-Man beat 2007's Transformers, which grossed $27.8 million on its first day in Hollywood.
"Spider-Man does whatever a spider can. Spins a web, speed surprise, catches audiences, just like flies," quipped Bollywood PR guru Dale Bhagwagar, taking off from the original Spider-Man theme song we used to hear on television once upon a time. Yes, Spidey is back, and how!