‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ takes the third spot at the box-office.
At the moment, The Way of Water is taking the lead at the box office, since it has already surpassed the earnings of Titanic and is now the third highest-grossing film of all time.
The Way of Water by James Cameron had a massive increase in ticket sales during the course of February 17-19, propelling it to the position of the third highest-grossing picture of all time worldwide.Since it was first made available to the public on December 16, 2022, the film has grossed a total of $2,243.2 billion all across the world.
The Way of Water is the third-highest-grossing film ever. Avatar (#1), Avatar: The Way of Water (#3), and Titanic (#4) were directed by James Cameron.
Avatar: The Way of Water is now the third-highest-grossing film of all time, surpassing Titanic ($2.242 billion worldwide to date). Avatar: The Way of Water is now the ninth-highest-grossing domestic picture, surpassing Jurassic World. Avatar: The Way of Water made $658.8M domestic and $1.58 billion globally after its eleventh weekend.
Avatar: The Way of Water is the highest-grossing picture in France, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Rep, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey, UAE, Cambodia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Colombia, and Puerto Rico.
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According to People, James Cameron is the director of three out of the four films that are now at the top spot at the box office.
The only film in the top four that was not directed by James Cameron is Avengers: Endgame, which was released by Marvel Studios in 2019.
The first place goes to The Original Avatar, followed by Avengers: Endgame in second, Avatar: The Way of Water in third, and Titanic in fourth place.
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In an interview given to Entertainment Weekly in December 2021, director James Cameron expressed concern that the popularity of the sequel would not be able to equal that of the first Avatar film, which had been released in 2009.