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James Cameron cuts 10 minutes of gun violence from ‘Avatar 2’

Washington [US]December 28 (ANI): James Cameron’s highly anticipated three-hour running time of Avatar: Path of Water has been talked about quite a bit, but it’s the movie’s dominance of box office rankings worldwide. has not stopped

According to Variety, the film ran 10 minutes longer, according to director James Cameron, who recently spoke with Esquire Middle East.

According to Variety, James Cameron said, “I cut about 10 minutes of the movie that actually targeted the shooting action.” Of course, there is conflict. Violence and action are one and the same thing, depending on how you look at it. Looking back at the movie, I don’t know if I want to make that movie now. What’s going on with guns in our society makes me mad. “It was taken a few years ago,” Cameron added.

Meanwhile, Disney and the high-budget 20th-century epic Avatar: Path of the Water have sold US$855 million (equivalent to INR 7,000 kroner) worldwide in ticket sales after 10 days in theaters, making it this year’s became the fifth highest-grossing film of the year. .

James Cameron’s highly anticipated sequel has so far grossed $253.7 million domestically and $600 million internationally, according to Variety.

The ‘Avatar’ sequel is expected to generate big box office returns in the near future, despite severe winter weather in North America and rising rates of COVID, RSV, and flu worldwide.

Variety reports that the film, which was budgeted at $350 million, hopes to make over $1 billion by the end of the year.

Only two films, Top Gun: Maverick and Jurassic World Dominion, will surpass it in 2022. According to Variety, China was the highest-grossing country for Avatar 2 outside of North America, in US dollars. $105 million, followed by South Korea ($53 million), France ($52.3 million), India ($37 million) and Germany ($35.7 million).

But there are several reasons why a sequel might find it hard to match the success of the first film, which earned $2.97 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film of all time, according to Variety.

First of all, the global box office has not fully recovered from the pandemic, with critical markets such as China experiencing a resurgence of infection. Plus, the sequel won’t be seen in Russia, where the first film made his $116 million. (Ani)

http://www.newzealandnews.net/news/273281409/james-cameron-says-he-cut-10-minutes-of-gun-violence-from-avatar-2 James Cameron cuts 10 minutes of gun violence from ‘Avatar 2’

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