In the wake of a growing whispers on the extent of revenues James Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” could generate, in the most recent episode of “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace,” the highly-respected 68-year-old director and a recipient of numerous accolades had told that the movie would easily turn into a profitability. In the matter of the fact, latest remarks from Cameron came against the backdrop of an interview with GQ in November where he had told that the film would require at least a $1.5 billion to enter into a profitability,
Cameron says “Avatar: The Way of Water” will easily make profits
However, as numerous media outlets had quoted sources earlier last month as saying that the “Avatar: The Way of Water” would need at least a $1.4 billion to enter into a profitability, people close to the film’s making said to a press agency later this week in terms of anonymity that the film had crossed the figure.
Meanwhile, while being asked about the film’s profitability, Cameron said in the latest episode of “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace,” “The point is we’re going to be okay. I’m sure that we’ll have a discussion soon with the top folks at Disney about the game plan going forward for ‘Avatar 3,’ which is already in the can – we’ve already captured and photographed the whole film, so we’re in extended post-production to do all that CG magic.
And then ‘Avatar 4’ and ‘5’ are both written. We even have some of ‘4’ in the can. We’ve begun a franchise at this point. We’ve begun a saga that can now play out over multiple films”.
"Avatar: The Way of Water" is expected to gross at least a whooping $1.8 billion in the box offices globally with a $2-billon benchmark has already been on the docket quite a while.