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Avatar: The Way of Water Needs to Be 3rd or 4th Highest Grossing Film of All Time to Make Money

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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ director James Cameron says next sequel needs to be ‘third or fourth highest-grossing film of all time’ to be profitable I admit that

Cameron said GQ In a recent interview, The Way of Water said it was “extremely expensive” to produce, but he doesn’t share exact figures to support or refute claims that the production budget was around $250 million. did not do it. However, after calling the film “the worst business case in the history of cinema”, he revealed that the long-awaited sequel needs to rank high on the global box office charts.

Of making money on a movie, Cameron said, “It has to be the third or fourth highest-grossing movie in history.” It is the break-even point.”

The original Avatar movie currently tops the global box office charts, earning $2.9 billion. It is followed by Avengers: Endgame with $2.7 billion, Titanic with $2.2 billion and Star Wars: The Force Awakens with $2.07 billion. According to Cameron, Water Road should overtake The Force Awakens and push that film into the fifth spot currently occupied by Avengers: Infinity War to make money.

Cameron has previously said that the box office performance of The Way of Water and the untitled Avatar 3 will ultimately determine whether there will be a fourth and fifth Avatar movie. was total film: “The market could be saying we’re done in three months, or we’re half done. Let it not go on endlessly.”

Cameron was particularly vague about Avatar’s future past the third installment. is. Other sequels are slated, with Avatar 4 aiming for his December 2026 release, with Avatar 5 lined up. December 2028 — Cameron won’t be helming all of the upcoming sequels, if they all come to pass, though.

Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance entertainment writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.

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