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Avatar 2 Reportedly Needs $2 Billion to Break Even

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Just a big cuddle of blue cat people.

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If you’re a high-powered movie executive, there’s something you probably don’t want to hear. Avatar Producer 20th Century or Disney’s New Corporate Overlords: Director James Cameron to call his own sequel, road of water, “The Worst Business Case in Film History”. But that’s clearly what he did!

reported that varietyCameron said, long in development (and perhaps long anticipated?) Avatar sequel “It has to be the third or fourth highest-grossing film in history. That’s your limit. That’s your break-even point.” road of water need to earn somewhere in between Star Wars: The Force Awakens$2.07 billion box office and Cameron’s own box office titaniccurrently $2.2 billion.

The good news for these executives is that the first Avatar The movie is the all-time world box office champion with a staggering $2.9 billion to its name. road of water Breaking the $2 billion mark is by no means impossible. the bad news is planned It seems like the pinnacle of arrogance for a movie that makes over $2 billion. This fits Cameron’s brand very well, but it certainly makes these execs bolt upright in the middle of the night and scream into a nightmare where all those dollar signs are flushed… down the toilet.

Avatar Quite strange in that it was the highest-grossing film of all time, but it leaves little trace of it in pop culture. Star Wars and the Marvel franchise.Does that mean people were filled with blue cat people in 2009, or did they quietly want more than that? road of water It’s finally coming out on December 16th, but don’t worry if you bomb it, Cameron seems to be stuck creating avatar 3.

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