Avatar: The Way of Water will have to hit top 5 highest-grossing films to make profit

24/11/2022 9:46:00 AM

Avatar: The Way of Water will have to hit top 5 highest-grossing films to make profit

Avatar: The Way of Water will have to hit top 5 highest-grossing films to make profit

Avatar: The Way of Water has a lot to live up to — not just in terms of the franchise’s future, which will end if the sequel and its follow-up underperform, but also budget-wise. Director James Cameron shared with GQ magazine that the sci-fi epic must become the “third or fourth highest-grossing film in history” just to break-even. While a...

Director James Cameron shared that the Avatar sequel must become the “third or fourth highest-grossing film in history” just to break-even.November 23, 2022 7:00 AM Weibo/20th Century Studios SHANGHAI — The long-awaited sequel to James Cameron's blockbuster Avatar, will be released in mainland Chinese cinemas on Dec 16, 20th Century Studios announced on Wednesday (Nov 23) on its official Weibo account.Avatar: The Way of Water will have to be the"third or fourth highest-grossing film in history" just to break even.Facebook/MoMA The Museum of Modern Art Bruce Lee may have died from drinking too much water.

Screengrab/YouTube/Avatar Avatar: The Way of Water has a lot to live up to — not just in terms of the franchise’s future, which will end if the sequel and its follow-up underperform, but also budget-wise.Director James Cameron shared with magazine that the sci-fi epic must become the “third or fourth highest-grossing film in history” just to break-even.ALSO READ:.While a hard number wasn’t given, his response to a question on the budget was that it was “very f**king [expensive]."That’s your threshold.” This comes after he told Disney and 20th Century Fox executives that his sequel budget was so high that it has become “the worst business case in movie history”.The first Avatar, released in 2009, remains the highest-grossing film in history (unadjusted for inflation) with a box office earning of US$2."We hypothesize that Bruce Lee died from a specific form of kidney dysfunction: the inability to excrete enough water to maintain water homeostasis, which is mainly a tubular function.

9 billion globally.4 bil).It dethroned Cameron’s very own Titanic, which now stands at third place with US$2.2 billion behind Avengers: Endgame (US$2.8 billion), and ahead of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (US$2 billion).I’m attracted by difficult.[[nid:607031]] According to the director, that means The Way of Water will have to overtake either The Force Awakens or the fifth-ranked Avengers: Infinity War (US$2." The study claimed Bruce had multiple risk factors for hyponatraemia, including drinking high quantities of liquid and using cannabis, which increases thirst.

05 billion).It’s going to be an uphill task, especially in light of the downward moviegoing trend brought on by the pandemic."And I think it probably goes back to this idea that there are lots of smart, really gifted, really talented filmmakers out there that just can’t do the difficult stuff.However, blockbusters like Spider-Man: No Way Home and Top Gun: Maverick have shown that it’s still possible to turn huge profits.Avatar: The Way of Water opens in theatres on 16 December, and will see Sam Worthington reprising his role as Jake Sully along with Zoe Saldaña as Neytiri.Joining the pair are Sigourney Weaver, who returns to the fantastical as their adopted daughter, as well as newcomers Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Michelle Yeoh, and Vin Diesel, and more.Matthew Polly, who wrote the 2018 biography Bruce Lee, A Life referred to Bruce's repeated water intake on the evening of his death.

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James Cameron: Avatar 2 Needs To Make More Than US$2 Billion To Break EvenIn James Cameron's own words, Avatar: The Way of Water was 'very f***king expensive' to make.

Bruce Lee may have died from drinking too much water, doctors claimBruce Lee may have died from drinking too much water. Doctors are making the claim almost 50 years after the martial arts icon died aged 32 in the summer of 1973 in Hong Kong. An autopsy from the time showed the Enter the Dragon star had been killed by brain swelling, which medics blamed on him taking a painkiller. Researchers...

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