Avatar 2 Is Still On Top At The Box Office After fifth Weekend

Five weeks into its run on the field workplace, Avatar: The Way of Water has as soon as once more seized the highest spot domestically. The four-day Martin Luther King Jr. vacation weekend noticed scores of individuals present as much as cinemas, ensuing within the Avatar sequel having one other massive weekend–as predicted–that pulled in $40.6 million in ticket gross sales in accordance with Box Office Mojo.

Combined with its run in worldwide territories, Avatar 2 has remodeled $1.9 billion to this point and appears set to say Spider-Man: No Way Home’s place because the sixth-highest-grossing film of all time the world over. With strong field workplace efficiency, director James Cameron is able to transfer ahead with Avatar 3, 4, and 5.

Beyond the waters of Pandora, M3GAN additionally had a profitable second weekend. The killer AI companion film remained in second place after its better-than-expected debut, pulling in one other $21.7 million in home ticket gross sales, and Universal is already beginning work on a sequel. When it got here to new motion pictures, Gerard Butler and Mike Colter’s motion flick Plane debuted in fifth place with $12 million, after initially being anticipated to seize the third place place. Not even sympathy for Butler by accident wiping his face with acid and constructive critiques might assist the movie soar greater.

The remake of House Party arrived in sixth place, incomes $4.4 million from 1,400 screens, whereas the remainder of the highest ten included acquainted movies similar to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, and the Tom Hanks-starring A Man Called Otto.

January 13-16 US Box Office Results

  1. Avatar: The Way of Water — $40.6 million
  2. M3GAN — $21.7 million
  3. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish — $19 million
  4. A Man Called Otto — $15.3 million
  5. Plane — $12 million
  6. House Party — $4.4 million
  7. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — $2.8 million
  8. The Whale — $1.8 million
  9. Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody — $1.5 million
  10. Waltair Veerayaya — $1.2 million

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