"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" took the No. 1 spot at the box office Friday night, raking in $35.5 million.

The latest Marvel film is expected to take in $90 million to $92 million in its opening three-day weekend.

The production budget for the movie, which stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx, was about $255 million with about $185 million spent on marketing.

It needs to make more than $752.2 million to be profitable.

Flushing out the rest of the box office top-10 spots Friday were: "The Other Woman" with $3.8 million, "Heaven is for Real" with $2.4 million, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" with $2.1 million, "Rio 2" with $1.7 million, "Brick Mansions" with $1.1 million, "Divergent" with $615,000, "The Quiet Ones" with $670,000, "God's Not Dead" with $490,000 and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" with $475,000.