James Cameron's sequel to "No Way Home" avoids the MCU's triquel "Spider-Man" in the top 10 highest-grossing films. The media predicted that Cameron's tape would have achieved this result just in time for January 18 – while the film officially grossed 1.916 billion dollars.
"Water Path" will take the sixth place on the topic chart - it's quite possible that the picture will be able to bypass other competitors in the face of "Infinity Wars" (2.048 billion) and the seventh episode "Star Wars" ($2.069 billion).
Is Cameron able to "overtake himself" by blocking the fees with a sequel "Titanic" (2.194 billion)? At the same time, the original "Avatar" continues to lead the top with its 2.922 billion dollars (in second position "Avengers: Endgame")
After receiving feedback on the sequel, the director said he might modify the third part of "Avatar." The premiere of the third film is scheduled for December 19, 2024.
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