If you're arachnophobic, look away now! Spider-Man has spun a web across the Official Video Chart this week and is swinging his way to Number 1.
The third Spider-Man reboot in 15 years, Spider-Man: Homecoming starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, dominates today's Official Video Chart Update, a midweek glance at what Sunday's final Official Video Chart may look like.
Spider-Man has the rest of the Marvel cinematic universe around him this time around - Robert Downey Jr appears in the movie as Iron Man, with Homecoming acting as a follow-up to Captain America: Civil War.
Homecoming has so far so 108,000 DVD and Blu-ray units in just three days, and is all but certain to become Number 1 on Sunday, despite strong sales across the Top 10 this week. The latest Spider-Man will surprisingly be only the third of its kind to hit Number 1. Previously, Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man 3 topped the chart in 2007, while Andrew Garfield's take on Spidey in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 reached Number 1 in 2014.
Elsewhere in this week's Top 5, the new Trolls: Holiday short boasts impressive sales of 44,000 at Number 2, Micky Flanagan is also performing strong at Number 3 following 31,000 copies of An' Another Fing Live being sold. Last week's Number 1 Despicable Me 3 drops to Number 4, while Cars 3 falls three to Number 5.
New entries and high climbers
YouTuber DanTDM's live DVD titled DanTDM on Tour currently occupies Number 8, while two football releases are selling well: Kenny, a feature film based on Liverpool's Kenny Dalglish opens at Number 10, while 89, looking back at Arsenal winning the Championship in 1989 is at Number 13.
There is more sport at Number 18 with Conor McGregor: Notorious, while Peaky Blinders: Complete Series 1, 2 & 3 rises 13 slots to Number 21 as the fourth series airs on BBC Two.
Finally, Red Dwarf XII is eyeing up Number 23, and Daddy's Home may return to the Top 40 as a result of the sequel's cinematic release - it's at 39.