Will ‘Avatar 2’ exceed 1 billion in global box office within 10 days? It took ‘Avatar’ three weeks to hit this box office 13 years ago

 According to media Deadline, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ received $18.3 million in Northern America on Tuesday, December 20, local time, up 13% from Monday, the best Tuesday performance for a single film in the Northern America market this year. The film has accumulated $169 million in Northern America and $556 million worldwide. Some box […]

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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ ranks second in the year with 434 million global openings, and Northern America’s openings are lower than expected

After 13 years, the sequel to the global box office juggernaut  ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ (short for ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’) came to Northern America with an opening of $134 million, below industry expectations of $175 million. This is the sixth highest December opening in the Northern America market, on par with the […]

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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has a cumulative overseas box office of 16 million U.S. dollars, and its global opening weekend is expected to be 500 million U.S. dollars

In addition to the Chinese mainland market, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ started to open first in 15 overseas markets this Wednesday. According to media statistics, the film got about $16 million box office in two days ahead of ‘Avatar’ 124% in the same period, 13% higher than ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ in the same period, […]

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‘Black Panther : Wakanda Forever’ Northern America tops the box office for five consecutive weeks, surpassing the 400 million mark

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ topped the Northern America weekend box office chart for the fifth consecutive week with a fifth weekend of $11.1 million. Its box office has now accumulated $409.8 million, the third Northern America film to break the $400 million mark this year, behind ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ at $718 million and ‘Doctor Strange […]

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Netflix Not “Trying To Build A Theatrical Business”, Says Reed Hastings; Sanguine Co-CEO Agrees ‘Glass Onion’ Release Left A Lot Of Money On The Table

Here’s another bucket of cold water for the budding romance between Netflix and exhibitors. Founder and co-CEO Reed Hastings fully, almost happily, agreed that his company left lots of money on the table with the limited release and booming ticket sales of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery over Thanksgiving weekend. He has no problem […]

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