Also on its sixth weekend, the successor to the most successful film of all time is attracting the masses to the cinemas worldwide. Avatar – The Way of Water continues to delight millions of movie buffs and amaze with its sales at the international box office. Very few experts had expected such a gigantic success in advance. Although one might have secretly hoped at Disney that Avatar – The Way of Water would do such a “run”, one could not, however, assume it with certainty.
Avatar 2 – the success story continues
James Cameron will go down in cinema history as a director, producer, screenwriter and Oscar winner. In his column, our author explains why the 68-year-old Canadian can rightly be called the “best” filmmaker of all time. But regardless of this polarizing assessment, which one may or may not share, James Cameron is proving these days that he may well be Hollywood’s most successful director.
Avatar – The Way of Water is already one of the highest grossing films of all time. The blockbuster broke the $2 billion mark at the global box office this weekend. He joins an illustrious circle of resonant Hollywood productions that have already successfully cleared this magical hurdle. Joining the double billionaire club alongside Avatar 2 are Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, Titanic and Avatar: Pandora.
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Out of the six films that have ever broke the $2 billion grossing mark, three copies come from James Cameron. Nobody will be able to imitate this unbelievable success in a hurry. Theoretically, brothers Anthony and Joe Russo could repeat this feat, since they already have two blockbusters on this list thanks to the Avengers films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, for the time being, they will no longer be directing any of the numerous planned Marvel films. James Cameron is therefore likely to be the only filmmaker in the foreseeable future to have broken through the magic barrier of two billion US dollars three times.
Source: Focus Film