Spider-Man: Homecoming had a very good opening weekend at the box office, surpassing Iron Man’s $98.6 million opening for the biggest solo character debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Homecoming’s estimated domestic box office take of $117 million makes it the second-biggest opening of all the Spider-Man movies, with Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 still in first place with $151.1 million back in 2007.

Internationally, Homecoming earned $140 million, taking its total worldwide gross to $257 million.

When stacked up against other 2017 releases, Spider-Man: Homecoming now ranks third for box office debut. The film surpassed Wonder Woman’s $103.3 million opening weekend, but couldn’t top Beauty and the Beast and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’s respective $174.8 million and $146.5 domestic debuts. Overall, Spider-Man: Homecoming was the top-grossing film over the weekend, followed by Despicable Me 3 at $34 million and Edgar Wright’s sensational Baby Driver at $12.8 million.

Here are the weekend’s Top 10 North American box office estimates, according to comScore:

1. Spider-Man: Homecoming $117 million

2. Despicable Me 3 $34 million

3. Baby Driver $12.8 million

4. Wonder Woman $10.1 million

5. Transformers: The Last Knight $6.3 million

6. Cars 3 $5.6 million

7. The House $4.8 million

8. The Big Sick $3.7 million

9. 47 Meters Down $2.8 million

10. The Beguiled $2.1 million