"Spider-Man: Far From Home" hit theaters across the globe on July 2 and quickly became a surprise smash hit. Having made $185 M domestically and $395 M internationally, the film has far exceeded the expectations of Sony, which was aiming for a number closer to $125 M. The highly anticipated sequel to MCU's 2017 blockbuster hit, "Spiderman: Homecoming," the film takes the young cast on a school trip to Venice, where Spider-man, played by Tom Holland, is forced to suit-up despite fervent attempts to leave behind his heroic tendencies in Queens, where the first film was set. Co-produced by Marvel Studios and Sony Entertainment, the film sees Spider-Man grapple with the loss of his second father-figure, Tony Stark, who sacrifices his life to save the planet from the wrath of the mighty villain, Thanos in what has now become the second-highest-grossing film of all time, "Avengers: Endgame." "He goes from being a boy who is looking for a mentor to, through his relationship with Mysterio and Nick Fury being on him, I think he becomes a man by the end of the movie," shared producer, Amy Pascal. Garnering $25 M on Independence Day alone, the film has beat even Pixar's latest adventure, "Toy Story 4," in its opening weekend.