13 years later of Gap, the sequel to “Avatar” Way of water led ticket sales in movie Theatres, close for a 2009 production box office records.
The Walt Disney Company’s Way of Water” added $19.7 million in American and Canadian theatres over weekend, according to studio Sunday estimates. It global total It has now surpassed $2 billion, making it the sixth ever and just Before of “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” In the United States, “Way of fetch water in 598 million dollars. I continued strong international Sales ($56.3 million for weekend) in pushing the “Avatar” sequel to $2.024 billion worldwide.
a year Before “Spider-Man: No Way Home” also topped up box office for six Weekends but she did over Seven weeks. you have to go back to Cameron original “avatar” to find a file movie which remained No. 1 for Such a long period. (I topped “Avatar” at the end out In seven weeks.) Before that, the only movie in the past 25 Years A Feat was another Cameron movie. Titanic (1997) went undefeated for 15 weeks.
method of The waters have now reached the goal set by Cameron set for And very expensive sequel. Before of Cameron said it was his “third or fourth release.” highestThin film in history”was” your break up. “
the box-office dominance for method of water”, in from the deficiency side of Formidable competitors. the only new Wide launch from Raid studio on The weekend was the “missing” thriller from Screen Gems and Stage 6 Films from Sony. Lowbudget The sequel to 2018’s Searching, starring Storm Reid as a teen searching for her missing mother”lost” plays out Next to computer screens. The film, which had a budget of $7 million, made its debut with $9.3 million.
January is usually a slow period in Theatres, but a handful of Strong performance retentions helped support it up sales.
Although it did not open very much in December, Universal Pictures “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” have long legs like one of the only family options in theatres over the last Month. he is coming in second place in its fifth week with $11.5 million domestically and $17.8 million overseas. “puss in The second installment in the Boots’ series grossed $297.5 million worldwide.
The scary doll horror hit “M3gan,” also From Universal, keep checking out in Moviegoers. It made $9.8 million in In its third week, bringing its domestic revenue to $73.3 million.
And while it was popular of horror addresses in Theaters Nothing New “A Man Called Otto” by Sony Pictures, starring Tom Hanks, boomed in market was trying for Adult-oriented drama. Movie remake of Swedish film “A Man Called Ove” about a retired man whose suicide plans are constantly thwarted by his neighbors made $9 million in It second week of Wide release. it’s taken in $35.3 million domestically through Sunday.
estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday in US and Canadian theaters, according to Comscore. Final local numbers will be published on Monday.