Avatar: The Path of Water The release is weeks away, 13 years after the original film, which is the highest-grossing film of all time at the box office.
That’s a lot for a sequel, and it’s anyone’s guess whether the sequel will top its predecessor. What we do know though is that Avatar 2 It’s a good start.
A variety of varieties The film is reportedly on track to open between $150 million and $175 million in its first weekend. Compared to the $77 million made by the first film in its opening weekend, the project figures to start by taking just over double, and tops out at around $100 million (obviously inflation plays a factor here). does, but still).
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James Cameron has admitted that the film needs to be done really, really well because it took a long time to make and all that underwater and motion capture filming isn’t cheap.
Although a total of five films have been announced, in which some scenes of the fourth film have already been shot, the director has said that if the audience does not come to watch. Waterwayplans will change.
He said: “The market can tell us we’re three months in, or we’re halfway done, meaning: ‘OK, let’s finish the story within film three, and not go any further’, if It’s just not. profitable
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“We’re in a different world than when I wrote this stuff, even. It’s a one-two punch – pandemic and streaming. Or, conversely, maybe we’ll remind people what it’s like to go to the theater. This movie definitely does that. The question is: How many people are pushing now?
It won’t be long until we find out.
Avatar: The Path of Water It will be released in theaters on December 16.