Avatar The Way of Water: Avatar 2 made another special record, James Cameron left behind his own film

The film ‘Avatar the Way of Water’, which brought 13 years of hard work by Hollywood veteran director James Cameron, was released in theaters last year. A lot of time has passed since the film was released and hit the theatres, but ‘Avatar 2’ remains one of the most talked about movies in the world.

Behind this, the enthusiasm in the hearts of people to see the world diving into the waters of Avatar or the hard work of James Cameron can be considered. However, the reason behind the film coming into the limelight today is the new record set by it. So let us tell you what new record this James Cameron film has now set…

Avatar The Way of Water: Avatar 2 made another special record, James Cameron left behind his own film
Avatar The Way of Water: Avatar 2 made another special record, James Cameron left behind his own film

James Cameron’s science fiction film ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has received a lot of love from the cinema audience spread across the globe. People were so crazy about the film that the audience wanted to see this underwater world of ‘Avatar’ in any way. The result of the same is that the film has now become the third-highest-grosser worldwide.

The amazing thing is that ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’, directed by James Cameron, has made this record by leaving behind ‘Titanic’, one of the best Hollywood films released in the year 1997 of the director.

It has collected $224.4 million at the worldwide box office, beating Titanic, which grossed $224.3 million, and has set the record for the third highest-grossing film in the world. The names ‘Avatar’ ($292.3 million), ‘Avengers: Endgame’ ($279.9 million), and ‘Avatar 2’ ($224.4 million) have now joined the top three highest-grossing films worldwide. Below it is ‘Titanic’ in fourth place and ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens in fifth place earning $2071 million.

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