The Way of Water is set to open Thursday at a solid $17 million

In advance Avatar: The Way of Waterrelease, many wondered if there was still interest in the franchise. It’s been 13 years since the first film ushered in a new (albeit brief) era of 3D cinema, the brand was essentially dormant in the 2010s and the blockbuster landscape has evolved significantly. Will people still turn up for James Cameron’s impressive but weird giant blue cat people?

The first signs are that they are The way of the water early Thursday screenings brought in a respectable $17 million at the box office.

It is roughly in line with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Jurassic Worldand The Batman, all of which became box office hits. There’s an argument for that too The way of the water Viewers have different priorities than other blockbusters. As avatarthis film is promoted as a true cinematic experience to be enjoyed in HFR, in 3D and on the biggest screen possible.

Premium Best Screens tickets are sold out this weekend in all territories where the sequel will be released, ie The way of the water may have long legs at the box office as the public waits patiently for an IMAX/HFR ticket to become available.

At the moment it looks almost impossible The way of the water fit avatar‘s whopping $2.9 billion in box office gross, though that was a case of blitz in a bottle. In any case, we are very excited to see the first weekend figures when they arrive on Monday. But right now The way of the water looks like it’s going to be a hit.

Roll on the many, many (many) sequels…

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Lindsay Lowe

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