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Chris Hemsworth is celebrating his new Netflix movie, Spiderhead, debuting at primary on the streaming service over the weekend, dislodging Adam Sandler’s critically acclaimed drama, Hustle, for the highest spot.
“A MASSIVE thanks to everybody who streamed #Spiderhead and made it the #1 movie on Netflix every day of its opening weekend in 45 international locations and High 10 in 93 international locations!” Hemsworth wrote on Instagram.
The Thor actor went on to thank not solely the followers, however the forged, crew, filmmakers, and Netflix themselves.
“It was unbelievable to work alongside director #JosephKosinski and #MilesTeller @jurneesmollett and we’re all so so happy with this movie. Love you guys and thanks!!”
Within the social media put up, Hemsworth shared an article by MovieWeb, who printed an article Saturday stating, “The movie debuted on the streamer on June 17, and Netflix subscribers have been proper there ready, as Spiderhead rapidly dethroned Adam Sandler’s Hustle to develop into the No. 1 most-watched film within the high 10 listing.”
Whereas Netflix’s most important web site has a devoted top-10 listing that refreshes every day — possible what the article and Hemsworth have been citing — additionally they have a separate viewership knowledge web site that provides the weekly breakdown, known as Netflix High 10. On that web site, Spiderhead at present sits comfortably within the quantity two spot, simply behind Hustle, for the week of June 13-19. Contemplating Spiderhead solely arrived on the streaming service for the previous couple of days of that week, we’d say it’s nonetheless fairly spectacular that they snagged a high spot for the week. Spiderhead snagged 35.4 million hours of views final week, whereas Hustle scored 57.2 million hours of views.
You possibly can watch Spiderhead, touted as a cross between Black Mirror and Shutter Island, on Netflix now.