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‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Swims Past $300M At Domestic Box Office - deadline.com
deadline.com
28.12.2022 / 21:03

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Swims Past $300M At Domestic Box Office

Any cynicism about a broken down Christmas box office, impacted by weather, was wiped away Tuesday as 20th Century Studios/Disney/Lightstorm’s Avatar: The Way of Water racked up $23.8M sending its domestic cume to $317.1M. In addition, the sequel flew past the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office. Director James Cameron has told the media that the breakeven point for Avatar: The Way of Water stands at $2 billion global mark.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Hits $1 Billion At The Global Box Office, Becoming The 6th Fastest Movie To Hit That Mark - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
28.12.2022 / 17:51

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Hits $1 Billion At The Global Box Office, Becoming The 6th Fastest Movie To Hit That Mark

Never bet against James Cameron, they said. And while “Avatar: The Way Of Water” got off to somewhat of a slow box office start—or at least it fell under some of the early projections which made pundits quickly skeptical of its chances—the Cameron maxim seems to be coming true.

Gunplay ‘In Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Cut Substantially; James Cameron Says He Doesn’t Want To “Fetishize The Gun” - deadline.com - New Zealand
deadline.com
28.12.2022 / 01:17

Gunplay ‘In Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Cut Substantially; James Cameron Says He Doesn’t Want To “Fetishize The Gun”

“I had a bit of a crisis of faith as we were cutting the movie together,” admitted James Cameron of his billion-dollar-grossing Avatar: The Way of Water. “It was too violent. I wanted a balance between the beauty, the epiphany, the kind of spiritual aspect of the film, with the action, and I felt it had gotten a little too grim.”

Avatar: The Way Of Water hits the $1BILLION mark - www.dailymail.co.uk - USA
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28.12.2022 / 00:17

Avatar: The Way Of Water hits the $1BILLION mark

Avatar's sequel, The Way Of Water, will cross the $1billion mark on Tuesday night, which is just 13 days after its global release.Deadline reported on Tuesday morning that the movie already made over $900million over Christmas weekend.And the film picked up even more steam on Monday, also known as Boxing Day, which several people had off from work as Christmas fell on a Sunday this year. Big money: Avatar's sequel, The Way of Water, will cross the $1billion mark on Tuesday just 13 days after its global release  They made the movie a hit: (L-R) Kate Winslet, Sigourney Weaver, James Cameron, Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington on December 4 in LondonThe movie claimed the top spot for the second straight week in a row with $19.5 million grossed over the holiday weekend.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Jumps to $955M WW Through Monday, Will Hit $1B With Tuesday Grosses - deadline.com - France - China - Italy - India - Germany
deadline.com
27.12.2022 / 21:03

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Jumps to $955M WW Through Monday, Will Hit $1B With Tuesday Grosses

Refresh for latest…: James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water is close on its way to the $1B global box office mark, having more than handily crossed $900M worldwide through its second Monday. This is the latest benchmark for the highly-anticipated sequel, and comes just 13 days after global rollout began. With $955.1M through Monday, The Way of Water has become the No. 3 highest-grosser of 2022 and the No. 4 biggest film of the pandemic era. What’s more, it is expected to hit the $1B worldwide milestone with today’s turnout. 

The Cinematography of ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ — New Tech Meets Old Tricks - thewrap.com
thewrap.com
27.12.2022 / 01:11

The Cinematography of ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ — New Tech Meets Old Tricks

This interview with “Avatar: The Way of Water” cinematographer Russell Carpenter first appeared in a special section of the Below-the-Line issue of TheWrap’s awards magazine.The best solution to a difficult problem can sometimes come from an unexpectedly practical place. Just ask cinematographer Russell Carpenter, who had worked with James Cameron before.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Tops $850M WW, ‘Wakanda Forever’ Reaches $800M – International Box Office - deadline.com - Britain - France - China - Ukraine - Indonesia - Hong Kong - Israel
deadline.com
25.12.2022 / 21:49

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Tops $850M WW, ‘Wakanda Forever’ Reaches $800M – International Box Office

Coming out of its second weekend, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has banked an estimated $855.4M globally through Sunday. The sophomore session added $168.6M at the international box office in 52 markets for a $601.7M running cume.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Says He Wants His Films To Avoid “‘Stranger Things’ Effect” Of Teens Who “Look Like They’re 27” - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
22.12.2022 / 22:35

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Says He Wants His Films To Avoid “‘Stranger Things’ Effect” Of Teens Who “Look Like They’re 27”

It’s no secret that James Cameron wants the world of Pandora in his “Avatar” franchise to look as realistic as possible. But it’s not all about digital verisimilitude for the director; it’s a practical feature in casting, too.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: Writers Say They Had To Split Sequel Into Two Films Because Of “Too Much Material” - theplaylist.net
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22.12.2022 / 17:57

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: Writers Say They Had To Split Sequel Into Two Films Because Of “Too Much Material”

“Avatar: The Way Of Water” is now in theaters, and only time will tell if it’s another massive financial success for James Cameron. It’s off to a good start, in any case: $550 million at the global box office so far.

Cindy Crawford says she is excited for Avatar: Way Of The Water - www.dailymail.co.uk
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16.12.2022 / 23:39

Cindy Crawford says she is excited for Avatar: Way Of The Water

Supermodel Cindy Crawford is looking forward to seeing the new Avatar movie, called Way Of The Water, which was theatrically released on Friday.The 56-year-old beauty shared an image with her 7.1M Instagram followers where she puckered up for a kiss next to a character from the movie. The creature had blue air brushed makeup with pointed prosthetic ears and a rhinestone-studded outfit.The mother-of-two captioned the post, 'Happy @Avatar Day ✨ Can't wait to see Way of the Water!' The highly-anticipated Avatar sequel is here! Cindy Crawford puckered up next to a character from the movie to show her excitement for The Way of the Water which released to theaters on Friday, December 16 Cindy donned a full-glam makeup palette with statement winged eyeliner and glossy pink lips.

Sister Wives’ Meri & Kody Brown Break Up After 32 Years! - perezhilton.com - Arizona
perezhilton.com
16.12.2022 / 23:09

Sister Wives’ Meri & Kody Brown Break Up After 32 Years!

It’s the end of Sister Wives as fans know it! Kody and Meri Brown are over!

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Wants His New Sequel To Do Female Empowerment Better Than The MCU And DC Studios - theplaylist.net - county Ripley
theplaylist.net
16.12.2022 / 18:29

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’: James Cameron Wants His New Sequel To Do Female Empowerment Better Than The MCU And DC Studios

James Cameron likes his female heroines as strong and capable as possible. For instance, take Sigourney Weaver‘s Ellen Ripley in “Aliens” or Linda Hamilton‘s Sarah Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” But according to Cameron, Kate Winslet‘s Ronal in “Avatar: The Way Of Water” is the director’s most “empowering” female action hero yet.

Barbie movie trailer is attached to prints of Avatar: The Way of Water... but it's not online - www.dailymail.co.uk
dailymail.co.uk
16.12.2022 / 08:03

Barbie movie trailer is attached to prints of Avatar: The Way of Water... but it's not online

Fans who are attending Thursday night sneak preview screenings of Avatar: The Way of Water were quite surprised to find the first trailer for Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling's Barbie attached to it.News of the Barbie trailer attached to Thursday screenings of the Avatar sequel spread quickly through social media, though fans were also disappointed that the trailer has not been made available online quite yet.However, Warner Bros. Pictures confirmed on Twitter that the teaser trailer will arrive online on Friday, though that still didn't appease fans who wanted to see it now.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Thursday Box Office Around $17M In First Look - deadline.com
deadline.com
16.12.2022 / 05:33

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Thursday Box Office Around $17M In First Look

EXCLUSIVE: We are hearing from our sources that James Cameron’s sequel to his highest grossing movie in the world, Avatar: The Way of Water, is currently on its way to a $17M Thursday night from showtimes that began at 7PM.

BRIAN VINER reviews Avatar: The Way of Water - www.dailymail.co.uk - Spain - Morocco
dailymail.co.uk
14.12.2022 / 22:37

BRIAN VINER reviews Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar: The Way of WaterRating: The world premiere of Avatar: The Way Of Water at the Odeon Leicester Square was predictably glamorous, with a plush blue carpet rather than a red one and the paparazzi clamouring for just one more slinky pose from Sigourney Weaver.Accustomed to an adoring public, the stars may even have thought that the distant ululating was for them, too. Film: This sequel is tremendous fun, even bigger and better than the original, but by golly it will test your bladder: BRIAN VINER reviews Avatar: The Way of WaterIn fact it was jubilant Morocco fans nearby, wildly celebrating their country’s penalty shoot-out victory against Spain in the World Cup, and incredibly they were still at it when we all filed out into the cold more than three hours later.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Starts Offshore Rollout With Strong Early Numbers; China Covid & French Football Impactful, Long Game Afoot – International Box Office - deadline.com - France - China - Italy - Germany - Morocco
deadline.com
14.12.2022 / 22:31

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Starts Offshore Rollout With Strong Early Numbers; China Covid & French Football Impactful, Long Game Afoot – International Box Office

James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water began its international box office rollout today in such majors as Korea, France, Germany and Italy — and with early sneaks in China. One of the most anticipated movies of recent years, it’s dominating play.

Avatar: The Way of Water first reviews praise director James Cameron for his dazzling visuals - www.dailymail.co.uk
dailymail.co.uk
14.12.2022 / 08:57

Avatar: The Way of Water first reviews praise director James Cameron for his dazzling visuals

After a number of different premieres all over the world, the reviews are finally in for director James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water.The first waves of reviews were published on Tuesday evening, with the film scoring a strong 83% on Rotten Tomatoes, out of the first 133 reviews.Critics from around the world - including Daily Mail's own Brian Viner - heaped praise on Cameron's direction and astonishing visuals, though the story and bloated three-hour-12-minute runtime were points of contention in many reviews.

Avatar: The Way Of Water expected to earn $525M with global opening but needs $2B to break even - www.dailymail.co.uk - China - USA - Canada
dailymail.co.uk
14.12.2022 / 02:39

Avatar: The Way Of Water expected to earn $525M with global opening but needs $2B to break even

James Cameron's sequel Avatar: The Way Of Water is poised to revive the global box office from its current dry spell.The anticipated blockbuster currently has an opening-weekend global outlook of a whopping $525 million, Deadline reported on Tuesday.That's significantly more just for the opening than some superhero films like Shang-Chi or Black Adam have earned to date, indicating massive interest from audience goers.Cameron, who had to skip Monday night's Hollywood premiere after testing positive for Covid-19, previously said in a GQ profile that Avatar: The Way Of Water would have to earn somewhere north of $2 billion just to break even on its $350–400 million budget and millions more spend on advertising and distribution. Stunning haul: James Cameron's sequel Avatar: The Way Of Water is expected to earn $525 million in it's opening box office, Deadline reported on Tuesday; still from the filmThe first Avatar film, which premiered in 2009, went on to make $2.9 billion.A recent rerelease of the film with a 4K remaster and new high frame rate segments in some versions helped to earn another $75 million globally, while China will add to that total after rereleasing the film in theaters ahead of the sequel's debut.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Looks To Dive In With Half-Billion-Plus Global Opening Weekend – Box Office Preview - deadline.com - China - Canada
deadline.com
13.12.2022 / 23:27

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Looks To Dive In With Half-Billion-Plus Global Opening Weekend – Box Office Preview

And so it begins. Thirteen years after the first Avatar arrived in movie theaters, conquered and continued to conquer the global box office as the highest release of all-time with $2.9 billion worldwide, Avatar: The Way of Water, the sequel to the James Cameron directed 3x Oscar winning 3D sci-fi movie arrives with a global outlook of $525M in what is Disney’s widest global release ever at 52K screens, surpassing Avengers: Endgame.

Film Review: James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ - deadline.com
deadline.com
13.12.2022 / 20:25

Film Review: James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’

James Cameron always swings for the fences — no singles, doubles, triples or even stealing home for him — and he’s hit a grand slam with the long-awaited Avatar: The Way of Water. This second installment in a five-film series of Avatar features from 20th Century Studios/Disney (with three more to open at two-year intervals through 2028) more than fulfills the promise of the original, which was released in 2009, before some of its fans were even born. The film is beautiful, obsessive and eventful, a depiction of a veritable Eden threatened by voraciously destructive forces both natural and man-made. No one who enthused over the original would think of missing this follow-up, which ups the ante for all that is to come, creatively and financially.

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