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Avatar: The Way of Water all set to surpass Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick globally

Avatar: The Way of Water: Due to the New Year’s holidays, James Cameron’s Avatar 2 once again saw an upward trend. The movie is doing remarkably well at the box office throughout the world and is set to pass the $1.5 billion mark. ‘Top Gun: Maverick’s lifespan will soon be surpassed by the magnum opus.

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Avatar: The Way of Water on the way to beat Top Gun: Maverick

The appreciation from audiences and the widespread critical accolades for Avatar: The Way Of Water are visible on the collection numbers. It’s actually on track to surpass all previous movies released in 2022 in terms of box office collection, and it’s only a few steps away from doing so.

At the end of the New Year’s weekend, according to reports, Avatar 2 had collected $1.379 billion at the global box office. $957 million of this enormous total was generated outside of North America, with the remaining amounts coming from other countries. The Way Of Water now holds the 15th place in terms of worldwide box office collection. The $1.48 billion mark for Top Gun: Maverick is currently within reach and will be quickly crossed.

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James Cameron on Avatar: The Way of Water action scenes

James Cameron, the director of Avatar 2 in a recent interview with “Esquire Middle East,” recently said that in light of the widespread gun violence in the US, he is no longer interested in glorifying weapons in his action scenes. He admitted the movie had less violence. He said, “I actually cut about 10 minutes of the movie targeting gunplay action.” further he said, “I wanted to get rid of some of the ugliness, to find a balance between light and dark. You have to have conflict, of course. Violence and action are the same things, depending on how you look at it. This is the dilemma of every action filmmaker, and I’m known as an action filmmaker.”


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