After only three days since its release, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has already surpassed the Rs. 100 crore mark in terms of total revenue. The film is now inching closer to the Rs. 200 crore mark.
On the other hand, the movie’s earnings took a significant nosedive on the first Monday after it was released. Although a decrease in totals should be anticipated throughout the course of the week, market analysts anticipate that receipts will begin to rise again on the weekend.
AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER WITNESSES A DECLINE IN THE COLLECTION
There is a lot of excitement surrounding the release of Avatar: The Way of Water, which is one of the most anticipated movies of the year. As one would expect, the movie is doing very well at the box office. Both the audience and the critics are praising the visual effects work that was done.
Avatar 2 has earned over Rs 3,500 crore ($580 million) at the global box office by the end of its third day of release. On Monday, December 19th, the movie’s collections dropped dramatically. The sources state that the film has earned 18.50 crore (net) in India and is getting near to the domestic box office total of 200 crores.
The film reportedly earned between Rs 12 and 15 crore on Monday, a significant drop for a picture that has been continuously earning over Rs 40 crore over the weekend. That should push the movie’s grand total up to almost Rs 140 crore. The film reportedly grossed around Rs 5.7 crore on its fourth day, mostly from ticket presales.
The film opened to over USD 434 million at the global box office, surpassing expectations of an opening weekend gross of over USD 500 million. The film’s massive budget has led analysts to predict that it will earn more than $2 billion at the global box office.