Bombay, January 24. Avatar: The Way of Water by James Cameron was released on December 16. The film was a blockbuster from the very beginning and has already broken the records of many Hollywood films in terms of revenue. Speculations were rife that the film could soon become the highest grossing Hollywood film in India and now the film has made this record. The film eventually broke the record held by Avengers: Endgame.
Seeing the film’s initial pacing, pundits speculated that it could become the biggest Hollywood film in India. So far, this crown has been held by the movie Avengers: Endgame in 2019. The movie earned a total of Rs 367 crore in India. Now Avatar: The Way Of Water has earned Rs 368 crore by leaving the movie behind. The film has earned over $2 billion (Rs 161 billion) worldwide.
Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame movie came out in 2019. Marvel fans have been waiting for the movie for a long time. This was the reason there was a strong pre-booking of the film. Due to the elimination of Ironman’s character in this movie, the movie was talked about among Marvel fans and gained a lot of audience. Many viewers had watched the movie over and over again. The film made over $400 million (Rs 32 billion) worldwide.
2009’s Avatar is considered one of the best sci-fi movies of all time. In the film, humans in the 22nd century are shown to be digging an important mineral unobtanium on the planet Pandora, which is dangerous to the species of Pandora itself. The film won three Oscars for Best Cinematography, Production Design and Visual Effects. Before the sequel came out, the creators had also released Avatar in theaters in September.
The story of the sequel is set about 10 years ahead of the original story. This time the danger is greater for Jake and Neytiri. They also have a responsibility to keep their children safe. Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh and Cliff Kursit can also be seen in the film this time. James Cameron has confirmed that the project is being made on a large scale. Other sequels of this movie will be released in 2024, 2026 and 2028.