The revenues of “Avatar” in its new part exceeded the threshold of two billion dollars globally

The revenues of “Avatar” in its new part exceeded the threshold of two billion dollars globally
The revenues of “Avatar” in its new part exceeded the threshold of two billion dollars globally
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Los Angeles – AFP
“Avatar: The Way of Water” continues to dominate the North American box office, bringing in $19.7 million in its sixth week, according to the specialized “Experience Relationships” company.

The proceeds of the science fiction movie directed by James Cameron crossed the threshold of two billion dollars around the world, in the best performance for a movie since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with $ 598 million domestically and $ 1.42 billion globally.

This made the movie produced by “Disney” and “Twentieth Century” the sixth cinematic work to cross the threshold of two billion dollars (without correcting returns according to inflation rates), but it is still behind “Avatar” in its first part by about one and a half billion dollars.

And in second place, the family movie “Boss in Boots: The Last Wish” produced by “Universal”, moved up from last week, with revenues of $ 11.5 million during the last weekend.

Down one place, “M3GAN” (“Megan”), produced by “Universal” and “Bloomhouse Productions”, took in $9.8 million. The film tells the story of a human-shaped doll, designed to be a companion to a young orphan girl.

In fourth place was the movie “Missing,” with revenues of $9.3 million. In this work, Storm Reid plays a teenager searching for her mother (Nia Long) after she goes missing during a vacation in Colombia.

Franchise Entertainment Research analyst David A. Gross described this score as a “remarkable” debut for a thriller, noting that “calendars are excellent” for the work.

And in fifth place was the movie “A Man Called Auto”, with revenues of $ 9 million. Produced by Sony, this film is an adaptation of the novel of the same title by Swedish writer Frederik Bachmann, and stars Tom Hanks.

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Here are the rest of the films, in order:

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6- “Blaine” ($ 5.3 million).

7- “House Party” ($1.8 million).

8. “That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime” ($1.8 million).

9- “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” ($1.4 million).

10- “The Whale” ($1.3 million).

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