In the last few weeks, a lot has been written about Avatar – The Way of Water and its creator, James Cameron. Despite rising inflation and the energy crisis, cinemas have been bursting at the seams. James Cameron's visual masterpiece convinces as a unique cinema experience, which is not possible on home screens.
The Way of Water continues to set new records.
Avatar – The Way of Water's sixth weekend in the cinema charts was difficult. Despite great titles like the horror film M3GAN or Shrek's Puss in Boots, Avatar 2 was able to maintain its supreme position internationally. Only then should it be over with the theatrical release of Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which will be released on Wednesday, February 15, 2023, be able to reclaim the top spot on the cinema charts in
Avatar 2 is now able to take the place of Marvel's Avengers after Star Wars and Jurassic World.
James Cameron achieved something no filmmaker has ever done before. Titanic, which is now available in cinemas now with 3D, HFR, and HDR, is one of a total of six films that successfully broken through this magical barrier. The other include Marvel's Avengers Infinity War and Endgame.
PC gamers are also a fan.
Avatar – The Way of Water makes a magical comeback in its sixth weekend. This has been done only five times since.
Why do you have to name James Cameron the greatest filmmaker of all time, even if you don't like his films?
The first part of the legendary battle against Thanos has now been replaced by Avatar - The Way of Water. James Cameron's new film is now number five on the all-time charts. Whether or not it will reach the top is improbable. Avatar 1 is still at the top with a whopping 2.9 billion US dollars. The successor is still a long way from that.