Avatar: The Way Of Water Has Set Box Office On Fire With Its First Weekend Collection

The highest-grossing film of all time since 25th January 2010, Avatar has made set another milestone. Released on December 16th 2022 Avatar: The Way Of Water has made a whooping business of $434.5M in the film’s worldwide box office opening weekend.

The highest-grossing film of all time since 25th January 2010, Avatar has made set another milestone. Released on December 16th 2022 Avatar: The Way Of Water has made a whooping business of $434.5M in the film’s worldwide box office opening weekend.

The series with its simple writeup has yet again successfully attracted the audiences. Writer/director James Cameron has stated that the intent was to always take a familiar story of colonization and cultural divide (like Pocahontas and Dances with Wolves). And use it to form the building blocks of this franchise and all the lively characters that inhabit it.

The key focus of the Avatar sequels will continue to be the characters of Jake Sully and Neytiri. Played by Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldaña respectively, who have started a family together in the sequel.

The long wait for the sequel was worth it. As one of the main reasons for the delay was James Cameron’s search for the right technology to film motion capture underwater. To deliver the fans his imagination in a more realistic way.

Fans rightly stated that “never doubt James Cameron”. Because the prolific filmmaker has once again lived up to his name as the sequel master with Avatar: The Way of Water. Cameron has achieved new technical and emotional heights with this sequel to Avatar.

The only similarities between these first two Avatar films are returning plot points. That shed more light on the franchise’s main ideas on family, cultural acceptance, and environmentalism. Besides these few recognizable beats, Avatar: The Way of Water is an entirely different movie.

Avatar: The Way Of Water has been highly appreciated by the fans and has kept up with their expectations. But there is not much improvement in the narrative of the movie.

 




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