“Avatar 2”: revenue calculations before release
With just weeks to go until the release of Hollywood director Jamon Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way of the Water’, the film’s business has started to weigh in.
The ‘Avatar’ sequel is estimated to take at least $150 million in its first week of release, and it could even rise to $175 million.
According to Variety magazine, this picture of his earnings has emerged from various types of movie tracking.
After ‘Avatar’ was released in 2009, producer James Cameron announced its sequel. In this, there were seven times complications related to the shooting of the scenes. The release date has also been pushed back several times. Finally, the public’s 13-year wait ends on December 16.
The film is written by James Cameron, as well as directed and produced. Co-producer John Landau.
When the first episode of Avatar hit screens 13 years ago, it grossed $77 million in its first week. The film ultimately grossed $2.7 billion worldwide.
Variety says those 2009 numbers will be hard to match at the post-pandemic box office. Because not only have 13 years passed, but the post-Covid box office situation has not returned to normal, which is still struggling. Also, big markets like Russia are closed to Hollywood.
Meanwhile, Avatar-2 has been allowed to enter the Chinese market even though Russia is closed. As political tensions with the United States rose, access to the Chinese market was also difficult.
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