Avatar: The Waterway is holding firm at No. 2 at the box office for the second weekend in a row. Debuting on December 16, 2022, the film is the first sequel to the 2009 megahit. Avatar. Original director James Cameron is on hand to lead a cast that includes returning stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldanya, Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver in the new adventure, which sees the Na’vi returning to the moon of Pandora.
Per Submission deadline; termination period, Avatar: The Waterway behind, is expected to close the weekend at No. 2 in the domestic box office chart Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Delayed Avatar continuation is holding strong, continuing its two-week streak at No. 2 (last week Magic Mike’s Last Dance received No. 1). This comes after the film plummeted to No. 3 two weeks ago following a wide release Knock on the cab and 80 for Brady.
What will be the next movie that will give Avatar 2 a real choice?
Just like last year’s amazing hit Best Weapon: Maverick, Avatar: The Waterway seems to be able to withstand quite a buffet at the box office. Although it seems inevitable that a new major release will hit No. 1 from any given weekend, Avatar 2 It will eventually fall into the Top 5 and may sit there for a few weeks.
There’s probably no other film that’s truly tested Avatar: The Waterwaycan be the cash register of until March. The next few weekends will probably see Ant-Man 3 constantly monitor above Waterway, but it doesn’t seem to be in danger of falling below No. 3 for a while. The viral comedy is out next weekend Cocaine bear If online buzz fails to lure people to theatres, it might see a new wide release under both titles.
Then Cocaine bearthere are new movies out there that almost certainly have staying power Avatar: The Waterway at No. 3. However, March 3 Creed III and March 10 Scream 6 and 65 There are several major releases that are likely to know the movie down a few slots. It’s not until March 17 and release of Shazam! Wrath of the Gods that the film has a strong chance of landing at #4 or even #5.
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