Updated July 26, 2019: Spider-Man: Far From Home has crossed the $1 billion mark in global box office receipts, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
This makes Far From Home the first Spider-Man film to reach this milestone, not adjusting for inflation. The global total of $1.005b includes $333m at the North American box office, and $672m internationally.
Far From Home's immediate predecessor, Spider-Man: Homecoming, was the franchise's previous record holder with $888m in global receipts.
It's also the third Marvel Cinematic Universe release to cross $1 billion globally this year, which includes Captain Marvel ($1.128b) and, of course, all-time global record holder Avengers: Endgame ($2.791b and counting).
Orignal Story: Sony Pictures' Spider-Man: Far From Home has snapped up $310 million at the global box office, according to Deadline. That breaks down to $91.5m domestically and $218.5m internationally. The Hollywood trade projects the film to surpass $500m by Sunday night.
The Spider-Man sequel got an early start in China, Japan and Hong Kong with debuts last weekend, helping lead China to be the highest-grossing market for the film to date with $136.8m so far.