Avatar: The Last Airbender broke $2 billion at the worldwide box office


Avatar: The Last Airbender avoided its dominance at the box office by raking in around $19.7 million (roughly Rs. 160 crore) in its sixth weekend in North America, the exhibition watchdog said on Sunday. James Cameron’s sci-fi epic thus crossed $2 billion (approx. Rs. 16,230 crore) worldwide, the best in the pandemic era, with ticket sales of 598 million (approx. Rs. 4,852 crore) in the US and Canada and $142. billion (approximately Rs. 11,522 crore) elsewhere in the world.

This makes the Disney/20th Century Studios film only the sixth film to cross the $2 billion mark (not adjusted for inflation), even though it trails the all-time leader, the original Avatar, from $1.5 billion (roughly Rs. 12,171 crore). The original 2009 film is the highest-grossing debut film of all time, grossing $2.9 billion (Rs. 23,530 approx.).

Showing a significant boost after a five-week absence, Universal Pictures’ family-friendly Puss in Boots: The Last Wish moved up one spot from last weekend to take second place with 11.5 million. dollars (about Rs. 93 crore) in the period from Friday to Sunday.

There was a horror doll thriller somewhere M3GAN 9.8 million dollars (Rs. 80 crore approx) from Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions. Created to accompany a young orphan girl, the film’s titular doll gradually comes to life in horror.

Sony Pictures’ new release Missing took the fourth spot with $9.3 million (roughly Rs. 75 crore). Storm Reid stars as a teenage girl who searches for her missing mother (Nia Long) while on vacation in Colombia.

Franchise Entertainment Research’s David A. Gross called the crime thriller’s opening “impressive” and added, “Reviews have been great.”

And in fifth place, down one spot from last weekend, Sony’s A Man Called Otto is doing well with $9 million (roughly Rs. 73 crore). Tom Hanks stars as the Curmudgeon in A Man Called Ove, based on the popular Swedish novel.

Rounding out the top 10 are:

Airplane ($5.3 million)

House Party ($1.8 million)

This time I’m reincarnated as slime ($1.5 million)

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ($1.4 million)

Keith ($1.3 million)

“Avatar: Waterway” is in cinemas worldwide. In India, Avatar 2 is available in English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu.

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