No Way Home’ and it is already the sixth highest-grossing film in film history

James Cameron never tires of being the king of the world: ‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’ has already surpassed ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ to become the sixth highest-grossing film of all time.

The sequel to ‘Avatar’ already accumulates worldwide revenues of 1,916 million dollars and it only took a month to snatch the honor of being the highest-grossing film since the start of the pandemic from Marvel’s adventure. Now the question is knowing what your ceiling will be.

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the next target of ‘Avatar 2’ is to reach 2,048 million for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and then it will be a matter of a day or two for it to also exceed 2,066 million for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’. Then things get more complicated.

The third position is currently occupied by ‘Titanic’ with 2,207 million dollars, but that figure will grow a little more next month due to its re-release in theaters. It is not impossible that ‘Avatar 2’ ends up surpassing it anyway, but things are not at all clear, especially shortly after the romance led by Leonardo Dicapriowho was about to not participate in the film because I found it boring, and Kate Winslet add a good amount extra.

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what yes seems totally ruled out Right now is that ‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’ pass from that third place. After all, the list of the highest grossing films in history is led by ‘Avatar’ with 2,899 million dollars, followed by ‘Avengers: Endgame’ with 2,794. Maybe with later re-releases, including one around the release of ‘Avatar 3’, but I don’t think it will go that far.

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