Out for Marvel: New number 1 dismantles everything in the cinema charts!
That Movie year 2022 is slowly coming to an end, but even if there are still a few weeks left, the big winner of the year can probably already be chosen. with Avatar: The Way of Water launched a cinema highlight last week, which was able to assert itself directly in the US cinema charts. We clarify for you whether the new strip of JamesCameron was able to establish itself as the front runner and what it looks like in the rest of the top 10.
Avatar: The Way of Water takes over the US box office
The MCU blockbuster lasted a long time Black Panther: Wakanda Forever #1 on the US box office charts. Now the new film by James Cameron has literally rolled over them. Avatar: The Way of Water started in the USA on December 15, 2022 and was able to jump straight to the top spot. To this, the film took immediately $134 million in the first weekend, while Black Panther: Wakanda Forever saw 5.4 million, down half its earnings from the week before and landing at number 3.
The Christmas action hit is still in second place Violent Night with David Harbour (StrangerThings) in the leading role as a powerful Santa Claus. In addition, not much has changed in the US charts compared to the previous week, only the drama has been added Empire of Lightwhile Spoiler alert and Ticket to Paradise had to say goodbye to the top 10. Here are the current US cinema charts summarized for you in an overview.
- Avatar: The Way of Water – $134 million
- Violent Night – $5.7 million
- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – $5.4 million
- Strange World – $2.2 million
- The Menu – $1.7 million
- Devotion – $825,000
- The Fabelmans – $750,000
- Black Adam – $500,000
- I Heards the Bells – $310,000
- Empire of Light – $235,000
Biggest cinema blockbuster of the year
Even if it’s for Avatar: The Way of Water not enough to start the record has, the film will certainly become Cinema blockbuster of the year. Because Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home still occupied with $260 million the first place of most successful theatrical releases in December. In the next few weeks we will find out whether James Cameron’s follow-up film to the first part of the Pandora saga can achieve similar box office results as its predecessor.
Source: Box office mojo