Avatar 2 is currently in the holiday mode after exiting the weekend mode. As we prepare for extended holidays, the movie has begun to draw in more audiences. It had a strong opening weekend total. On Tuesday, there was a jump in North America. The global box receipts for James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water is growing. The movie has already amassed a total worldwide box office revenue of $609.7M.
Avatar Made A Tragic Collection Over Day
Speaking of the global box office, a $500 million milestone has been reached! The global box receipts for James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water is growing. The Avatar movie achieved a milestone after a phenomenal $441.6M opening weekend. The movie has already amassed a total worldwide box office revenue of $609.7M. The movie has made $183 million domestically and $426.8 million internationally as of this writing.
Avatar Is Competing With Top Gun: Maverick
With a total of $14.3 million, the film currently holds the second-largest Wednesday of the year, falling short of Top Gun: Maverick’s $14.8 million. Its current daily box office total points to a solid domestic run that will see additional growth throughout the holidays. It remains to be seen if it can surpass Maverick’s $719 million domestic haul. The movie’s domestic performance will, however, become more obvious in the coming weeks.
China, which brought in $70.5 million for the Avatar sequel worldwide through Wednesday, France, which brought in $37 million, Korea, which brought in $32.1 million, and India, which brought in $26.5 million, all helped the film tremendously to achieve a high profile at the box office collections.
James Cameron Reveals About The Pressure
James Cameron recently discussed the challenges a director faces when producing a film of this scope while the box office buzz for Avatar 2 was in the air. In an interview with IANS, Cameron discussed how difficult it is for many filmmakers to remain unbiased when discussing their own work.
“There is also the pressure of getting the film done as quickly as possible and this is not a quick film to make clearly. We have had over 3000 vfx shots in this movie and too just to put that in perspective on ‘Terminator 2’, I had 42 VFX shots. So, that’s enormous pressure.”
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