The movie “Avatar: Waterway” revolved around the magical frontier on Sunday.
Thus, director James Cameron can breathe a sigh of relief that the sequel to the 2009 blockbuster has lived up to expectations.
By the end of this week, the film could count the 2 billion kroner registered since opening before Christmas, according to reports Reuters.
This is close to NOK 20 billion.
The budget for the new “Avatar” movie hasn’t been set in concrete terms, but Cameron has reportedly stated, according to Reuters, that the film should earn about $2 billion for the project to break even.
After nearly six weeks in cinemas, “Avatar: The Way of Water” is the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time. About NOK 14 billion of profits come from the market outside the borders of the USA.
In Norway, film reigns supreme At the top of the Kinotoppen for the fifth consecutive week, with nearly 550,000 tickets sold.
The first “Avatar” movie enchanted world when it was released in 2009. At the time, the film grossed over NOK 700 million in the US in its opening weekend, according to today’s rates.
New registered in New Zealand. Norwegian Einar Martinsen (32) He had a hand in the game.
Avatar: The Way Of Water is the first of four sequels to the 3D adventure.
Martinsen creates visual effects for the biggest Hollywood blockbusters on the planet. Watch the interview with the 32-year-old on VGTV:
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