Avatar 2 becomes the fourth highest-grossing film of all time

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Avatar 2 rises to number 4 of the highest grossing films in the world, a place occupied by Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Earlier this week, James Cameron’s Avatar 2: The Way of Water had become the fifth highest-grossing film ever worldwide, and as expected, it has now climbed. up to fourth position on the list, taking the place of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Star Wars: The Awakening of the Force).

Avatar 2 grossed nearly $2.075 billion globally, surpassing the 2015 Star Wars film’s $2.071 billion . This means Cameron has three of the top four films globally: theoriginal 2009 Avatar is at #1 and Titanic at #3.

The film is predicted to surpass Titanic next week worldwide. However, Paramount is doing a domestic re-release of Titanic in sync with Valentine’s Day, with Disney making moves before the Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania marketing campaign goes into full swing , so it could there will be some news in the short term.

For Disney, recent Avatar milestones mean the studio has released three of the top five world titles ever (including Avengers: Endgame at #2, while Fox, before being bought by Disney, released Avatar at #2 ). 2009 .

At the international box office, The Way of Water -nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture- continues to occupy the number 4 position of all time with 1,466.3 million dollars until Friday. Domestically in the United States, it is number 13 with $608.5 million.

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The top foreign markets for Cameron’s sci-fi adventure are: China ($235.4 million), France ($133.2 million), Germany ($120.2 million), Korea ($101.5 million), the United Kingdom ( $83.5 million), India ($58.3 million), Australia ($57.5 million), Mexico ($52.3 million), Spain ($48.1 million) and Italy ($45.8 million).