After a string of delays over thirteen years ” Avatar: The Way of Water,” the sequel to the most-successful film ever it’s finally in cinemas and has been a huge success, earning $17 million from previews at the box office in the US.
James Cameron’s underwater “Avatar” follow-up is projected to earn $150 million to $175 million during its first weekend, which will rank in the top ten most significant openings in 2022. The potential of Pandora might not be enough to the power that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, however as “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” ($185 million opening weekend) and “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” ($181 million) will likely to remain the highest openings in the United States of the year.
In the United States, “The Way of Water” is scheduled to open in 4,202 theaters Friday. From the total of $17.63 million that was made in screenings and previews $2.63 million was earned from Imax 3D-screenings. The film has won the total of 44 international markets, and it has earned $50.4 million to date and that’s not counting Chinese gross. In China it opened at $18.5 million and is predicted to gross $100 million over the first weekend, and also in pre-sales.
In 2009, the first “Avatar” opened to just $77 million. That’s a decent beginning. However, due to the popularity of the word-of mouth and the cost of 3D tickets, this film was able to hold the top. number one spot for seven consecutive weeks, and then grew into $760 million North America and $2.92 billion all over the world.
“The Way of Water” is hoping to duplicate the same kind of endurance. Replays and a bright time of the year should allow the big-budget sequel an opportunity to expand its audience over the coming weeks. To date, Disney reported “The Way of Water” has been able to sell $38 million of advance ticket sales, which puts it ahead of “Top Gun: Maverick” ($126 million at the opening) as well as “Jurassic World Dominion” ($145 million in its opening) however, it is far behind “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Cameron’s film is expected to beat “Thor: Love and Thunder” ($144 million in the opening) as well as “The Batman” ($134 million opening) which are the other most successful debuts of 2022.
“The Way of Water” was reported to cost $350 million in the first quarter of this year, and Cameron claims that it must attain the heights of the stratosphere to make it the threshold of. With high praise and a return in Pandora excitement, “The Way of Water” has officially begun to climb the box office.
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