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The Avatar: The Way of Water, is expected to debut 525$ million worldwide

The Avatar: The Way of Water, is expected to debut 525$ million worldwide

The Avatar: The Way of Water, is expected to debut 525$ million worldwide

Avatar: The Way of Water

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  • Just days away from its global cinema launch.
  • Avatar: The Way of Water is predicted by the deadline to make $525 million at the box office.
  • This suggests that Cameron might once again be King of the World.
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The Avatar sequel of James Cameron’s blockbuster science fiction movie is finally approaching after years of excitement and anticipation. Just days away from its global cinema launch, Avatar: The Way of Water is predicted by Deadline to make $525 million at the box office, suggesting that Cameron might once again be King of the World.

The movie is anticipated to gross between $150 million and $175 million domestically in its first weekend, more than double the first movie’s $77 million opening. With $38 million in domestic pre-sales thus far, the movie is currently the highest-grossing movie of the year, surpassing Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Avatar: The Way of Water, however, has the ability to have some good legs at the box office given that the holiday movie season is already in full force and that there won’t be much competition in the coming weeks.

In addition to the impending sequel’s big domestic launch, early tracking predicts the movie will make its way to a $350 million overseas debut, surpassing Spider-Man: No Way Home’s $320 million opening weekend in December. With an estimated $21.8 million from ticket pre-sales alone, China will account for $100 million of its international revenue. The anticipated sequel’s release coincides with the reopening of 80% of China’s cinemas after lockdowns connected to COVID earlier this year, which will increase the film’s global appeal.

Many people still remember the first Avatar for its innovative use of stereoscopic 3D technology, so it should come as no surprise that viewers will be returning to Pandora in the same style. In Europe, 81% of pre-sales are for 3D viewings, compared to 70% in Asia Pacific and 65% in Latin America, indicating that despite recent declines, the technology still has a place in cinemas.

Positive initial reviews have been given to the movie, praising its breathtaking vistas, ground-breaking effects, and heart-pounding action scenes. Ross Bonaime of  commended the movie, considering it an upgrade from the first one, and said, “Similar to the original Avatar, The Way of Water has an incredibly beautiful appearance right away. This movie is unlike anything we’ve ever seen because of the faster frame rate and 3D technology.” The movie currently has an 84% critical score on Rotten Tomatoes, which is comparable to the original movie’s 82% score. If the movie manages to capture viewers’ attention once more, positive word-of-mouth may help the long-awaited sequel become another phenomenon.

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