New box office predictions for the movie Avatar 2: Water Creature they are excellent. On the American market, according to deadline.com, it is supposed to collect a minimum $150 million in its opening weekend. Some, however, claim that interest in the sequel is so gigantic that no one will be surprised if it exceeds 200 million dollars.
Avatar 2 – box office
For comparison Avatar in 2009, it raised $77 million. Experts point out that the continuation, like the first one, is to have long legs and earn money for months. Thus, the first part became the highest-grossing film in history. And making money over such a long period of time is largely based on how many people go to a movie multiple times.
Reaching $200 million before Christmas is a great result, and if so Avatar 2 will record low decreases in attendance like the first part, the amounts in the following weekends may be record-breaking. The opening itself does not break any record, because the best December opening still belongs to the film Spider-Man: No Way Home with a result of USD 260.1 million.
According to statistical research obtained by the Deadline portal, absolutely all groups eventually went mad Avatar 2 and everyone wants to see this movie. The results are also high in every ethnic group, which is also never seen in this form. The journalist says simply: for such results, any studio could kill, because they will translate into excellent revenues from the sale of cinema tickets.
Recall that, according to James Cameron himself, the costs are extremely high, so in order to break even, the film must become the third or fourth highest-grossing film in history. This means that the minimum on a global scale must collect an amount exceeding 2 billion dollars.
Avatar: The Creature of Water – Pictures
At the moment, the forecasts for the global opening are not known. However, unlike many Hollywood movies Avatar 2 premieres in China on the same day as worldwide. As the first one earned a great $ 260 million there, you can expect a good result of the sequel.
Also important for the box office performance of James Cameron’s film is that it has absolutely no competition.