‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Sees Best Wednesday of 2022: Box Office – Deadline

After winning the highest-grossing Tuesday of 2022 with $24.1M20th Century Studios/Disney/Lightstorm Avatar: The Way of the Water also landed the best Wednesday of the year yesterday with $20.4M beat Top Gun: Maverick$14.8 million on June 1, and Avatar 2first Wednesday of $14.4 million. To a cumulative total of $337.9 million for 13 days, the sequel directed by James Cameron, produced by Jon Landau, advances by 1% compared to Top Gun: Maverick at the same time.

The all-in-one global for Wednesday is $70.4M with a $1.1 billion global running total, which is the #2 global release of 2022 behind Top Gun: Maverickis $1.48 billion. It is also the third best release of the pandemic era after Spider-Man: No Coming Homeis $1.9 billion and Topgun 2.

Four-day weekend for A thug, which was the last time New Year’s Day fell on a Sunday in 2017, was $65.5 million, -32% from the 4-day Christmas period of this photo. That’s what Avatar 2 looks to emulate in its third weekend.

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Universal/DreamWorks Animations Puss in Boots: The Last Wish experienced its second Wednesday at $5.8M, +82% since opening a week ago. For eight days, the title directed by Joel Crawford and co-directed by Januel Mercado is located at $38.7M.

Disney/Marvel Studios Black Panther: Wakanda Forever won’t stop with $1.5M yesterday, +69% compared to a week ago, for a cumulative total of $431.4Mcurrently the second highest-grossing film of the year in the United States behind Top Gun: Maverickit is $718.7M.

Fourth belonged to Tri-Star/Compelling Pictures/Black Label Media’s I want to dance with someone with $1.17 million yesterday, -25% from Tuesday for a total of six days $9.47 million.

from Paramount Babylon make an estimate $784,000 on day 6, -22% compared to Tuesday’s $1M. The cumulative total of the photo taken by Damien Chazelle amounts to $6.6M.

THE MENU, from left: Nicholas Hoult, Anya Taylor-Joy, 2022. © Searchlight Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

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A tribute to Searchlight’s twisted genre comedy The menu with Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes. The running title of the title directed by Mark Mylod $34.77 million beat Distributor’s Dark Age Comedy National Finals The favourite, which was boosted by Oscar nominations and a win for Olivia Colman. The photo fetched around $270,000 yesterday. The film is up for two Golden Globes for Fiennes for Best Musical/Comedy Actor and Taylor-Joy for Best Musical/Comedy Actress.

Sony launches limited series of its drama Tom Hanks, A man called Otto, in four locations: Lincoln Square and Union Square in New York and Century City and Grove AMC in Los Angeles. Photo is 71% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

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