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‘Can smell the MCU fans tears’: James Cameron’s Avatar 2 Inches Away from Dethroning Avengers: Infinity War To Reach Top 5 Highest Grossing Movies Ever

'Can smell the MCU fans tears': James Cameron's Avatar 2 is Inches Away from Dethroning Avengers: Infinity War To Reach Top 5 Highest Grossing Movies Ever

James Cameron has mastered the art of crafting breathtaking sequels, following his Terminator: The Judgement Day, Aliens and has done it again with the recent Avatar: The Way of Water. The director’s impact on the sci-fi genre is undeniable and has been considered among the most influential filmmakers of all time.

The director is also famous for creating the most authentic experiences for the big screen, which can be reflected in his movies’ box office collections, including Titanic and Avatar. The director has once again broken the norms of technology to create another visual treat for audiences in theatres.

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Avatar: The Way of Water
Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar crosses $2 billion at the global box-office

Avatar: The Way of Water has taken over the world with its majestic visuals and rich world-building. James Cameron’s epic has now become the 6th movie in history to cross the $2 billion mark and is moving strongly in the footsteps of its predecessor.

The movie also became the 3rd film in James Cameron’s filmography to join the $2 billion club, with a domestic box office collection of $598 million and an international collection of $1.426 Billion. The immersive world of pandora managed to cross all language barriers and delivered one of the best visual experiences for the fans.

The movie also managed to cross the colossal mark which was set by the director for the movie to earn profit and the future of the Naʼvi tribe looks promising. The director has also managed to conquer its most fierce rival at the box office by beating Spiderman: No Way Home to become the highest-grossing Pandemic movie and is soon expected to cross Avengers: Infinity War.

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Avatar: The Way of Water
Avatar: The Way of Water

James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water to dethrone Avengers: Infinity War

Although many fans refused to acknowledge James Cameron’s vision of the Naʼvi tribe, they have been left bamboozled by the colossal success of the sequel. At the present, Avatar: The Way of Water is standing at $2.02 Billion and is soon expected to cross Avengers: Infinity Wars’ global collection of $2.04 Billion.

Fans and critics have shared their love and support for the movie’s beautiful visuals and the simple storyline, which compliments its world-building and helps in providing more depth to the characters. Now fans are rooting for Cameron’s movie to surpass the most dominant force at the box office.

As the long-awaited sequel is just inches away from dethroning Avengers: Infinity War and to claim its spot in the top 5 highest grossing movies of all time. Fans are celebrating the success of the movie and can’t wait for the next chapter in James Cameron’s envisioned Pandora.

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James Cameron
James Cameron

James Cameron is on the verge of being the only director with 3 films in the top 5 highest movies and has again proved why he is considered among the most influential directors of all time. The 13-year delayed sequel again proved the director’s ability to break language barriers and provide one of the best theatrical experiences one can imagine.

Avatar: The Way of Water is playing in theatres.

Source: Variety

Written by Santanu Roy

Santanu Roy is a film enthusiast with a deep love for the medium of animation while also being obsessed with Batman and The Everly Brothers. Apart from pursuing animation and analyzing movies, he possesses a deep fondness for narrative-driven games and is currently a content writer at Fandomwire with over 100 articles.