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    James Cameron wrote, directed, and produced .

    was released in December 2009 and went on to break multiple box office records in various markets. Worldwide, it became the highest-grossing movie of all time[1] and the fastest movie to gross $1 billion through $2.5 billion,[2][3][4][5][6] while also setting the records for the highest grosses in the 3D[7] and IMAX[8] formats, respectively. In its domestic market of the United States and Canada, it set the records for the highest-grossing film[9] and second through seventh weekends,[10][11][12][13][14][15] as well as the fastest to gross $500 million through $750 million.[16][17][18][19][20][21] Elsewhere, it became the highest-grossing film of all time in over 30 markets including China,[22] Hong Kong,[7][23][24] Romania,[7] South Korea,[25][26] Taiwan,[27] and the United Kingdom.[27]

    Box office analysts identified several factors contributing to the film's box office success. Among these were the relative lack of competition owing to the release date, a marketing strategy that emphasized the novelty of the cinematic experience leading viewers to watch it in the theater rather than at home, positive word of mouth and repeat viewings increasing the film's staying power in cinemas, an ability to attract audiences across the globe, and premium ticket prices from 3D and IMAX showings.[28][29][30][31][32] Many of the records set by the film are listed below. Data on the previous record and records that have since been surpassed are presented where available and applicable. All grosses are given in unadjusted US dollars, except where noted otherwise.

    Contents

    1 Worldwide

    2 United States and Canada

    3 Other territories 4 References

    Worldwide[edit]

    The film set the worldwide record for the highest gross of all time, surpassing the previous record by more than 50%, and grossed $2 billion in less time than it had taken the previous fastest-grossing film to gross half as much. It also exceeded the previous record for highest gross in the IMAX format by a factor of more than three.

    Record Figure Previous record holder Surpassed by Notes

    Highest-grossing film $2.789 billion[1] – $1.84 billion[33] – $2.797 billion[34] It became the highest-grossing movie in history on January 25, 2010, after 41 days of release,[7][35][36] and had become the second-highest-grossing movie worldwide 20 days after its initial release.[37]

    $2.923 billion[38] – $2.797 billion[39] — After relinquishing the record to in July 2019, reclaimed it in March 2021 with a re-release in China.[39]

    Highest-grossing non-sequel $2.910 billion[40] – $1.84 billion[33] —

    Highest-grossing science fiction film $2.910 billion[41] – $924 million[41][42] —

    Highest-grossing 2009 release $2.74 billion[43] — — It was the only 2009 release to gross more than $1 billion.[43]

    Highest 3D gross $1.35 billion[7] — —

    Highest IMAX gross $256 million[44] $71 million[45] —

    Fastest movie to gross $1 billion 19 days[2] – 63 days[46] – 17 days[47]

    Fastest movie to gross $1.5 billion 32 days[3][4] (see note)[33] – 19 days[48][49] reached $1 billion on March 1, 1998[50] after 74 days of release,[51] and had reached approximately $1.7 billion by June 23, 1998, i.e. after 188 days of release.[52]

    Fastest movie to gross $2 billion 47 days[5] It was the first movie to reach that gross.[33] – 11 days[53]

    Fastest movie to gross $2.5 billion 72 days[4][54][55] It was the first movie to reach that gross.[33] – 20 days (see note) Outside of the US and Canada,[55] the gross was $1,839.0 million as of February 28, 2010 and the weekend gross for February 26–28, 2010 was $30.6 million, giving a gross of $1,808.4 million as of February 25, 2010. Adding to that the US and Canada gross[54] of $692.9 million as of February 25, 2010 gives a worldwide gross of $2.501 billion as of February 25, 2010.

    was released on April 24, 2019, and the gross as of May 13, 2019 was $1,774.7 million outside of the US and Canada and $728.4 million in the US and Canada for a worldwide gross of $2.503 billion.[56]

    Highest opening weekend gross for a non-franchise, non-sequel $242 million[57] – $230 million[58][59] —

    Fastest to $100 million in IMAX ticket sales 30 days[60][61] It was the first movie to reach this gross.[62] – 18 days[63]

    Fastest to $150 million in IMAX ticket sales 47 days[64] It was the first movie to reach this gross.[62] – 19 days[64]

    Fastest to $200 million in IMAX ticket sales 68 days[61][65] It was the first movie to reach this gross.[62] – 35 days[66]

    Widest IMAX release 261 theaters[67] — 270 theaters[68] Of these, 178 were in the US and Canada.[67] For , 188 were in the US and Canada.[68]

    Highest fourth-weekend IMAX gross $12.2 million[69] — – $19 million[69]

    United States and Canada[edit]

    In the domestic market, set the record for the highest-grossing film of all time as well as several weekend records. It also set speed records for grosses at and above $500 million, and had the widest IMAX and 3D releases of any film up to that time.

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    A paraplegic Marine dispatched to the moon Pandora on a unique mission becomes torn between following his orders and protecting the world he feels is his home.

    Grosses

    DOMESTIC (27.3%) $749,766,139

    INTERNATIONAL (72.7%)

    $1,993,811,448 WORLDWIDE $2,743,577,587 Cast information Crew information Company information News Box office Franchise rankings

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    Domestic DailyDomestic WeekendDomestic WeeklyRelated StoriesDomestic All-Time Rankings

    Date DOW Rank Daily %± YD %± LW Theaters Avg To Date Day

    Dec 18 Friday 1 $26,752,099 - - 3,452 $7,749 $26,752,099 1

    Dec 19 Saturday 1 $25,529,036 -4.6% - 3,452 $7,395 $52,281,135 2

    Dec 20 Sunday 1 $24,744,346 -3.1% - 3,452 $7,168 $77,025,481 3

    Dec 21 Monday 1 $16,385,820 -33.8% - 3,452 $4,746 $93,411,301 4

    Dec 22 Tuesday 1 $16,086,461 -1.8% - 3,452 $4,660 $109,497,762 5

    Dec 23 Wednesday 2 $16,445,291 +2.2% - 3,452 $4,763 $125,943,053 6

    Dec 24 Thursday 1 $11,150,998 -32.2% - 3,452 $3,230 $137,094,051 7

    Dec 25 Christmas Day

    Friday 2 $23,095,046 +107.1% -13.7% 3,456 $6,682 $160,189,097 8

    Dec 26 Saturday 1 $28,274,406 +22.4% +10.8% 3,456 $8,181 $188,463,503 9

    Dec 27 Sunday 1 $24,247,681 -14.2% -2% 3,456 $7,016 $212,711,184 10

    Dec 28 Monday 1 $19,418,139 -19.9% +18.5% 3,456 $5,618 $232,129,323 11

    Dec 29 Tuesday 1 $18,290,628 -5.8% +13.7% 3,456 $5,292 $250,419,951 12

    Dec 30 Wednesday 1 $18,466,123 +1% +12.3% 3,456 $5,343 $268,886,074 13

    Dec 31 New Year's Eve

    Thursday 1 $14,738,136 -20.2% +32.2% 3,456 $4,264 $283,624,210 14

    Jan 1 New Year's Day

    Friday 1 $25,274,008 +71.5% +9.4% 3,461 $7,302 $308,898,218 15

    Jan 2 Saturday 1 $25,835,551 +2.2% -8.6% 3,461 $7,464 $334,733,769 16

    Jan 3 Sunday 1 $17,381,129 -32.7% -28.3% 3,461 $5,021 $352,114,898 17

    Jan 4 Monday 1 $8,094,554 -53.4% -58.3% 3,461 $2,338 $360,209,452 18

    Jan 5 Tuesday 1 $7,327,233 -9.5% -59.9% 3,461 $2,117 $367,536,685 19

    Jan 6 Wednesday 1 $6,909,167 -5.7% -62.6% 3,461 $1,996 $374,445,852 20

    Jan 7 Thursday 1 $6,094,445 -11.8% -58.6% 3,461 $1,760 $380,540,297 21

    Jan 8 Friday 1 $13,280,653 +117.9% -47.5% 3,422 $3,880 $393,820,950 22

    Jan 9 Saturday 1 $21,269,537 +60.2% -17.7% 3,422 $6,215 $415,090,487 23

    Jan 10 Sunday 1 $15,756,027 -25.9% -9.3% 3,422 $4,604 $430,846,514 24

    Jan 11 Monday 1 $5,111,193 -67.6% -36.9% 3,422 $1,493 $435,957,707 25

    Jan 12 Tuesday 1 $5,066,734 -0.9% -30.9% 3,422 $1,480 $441,024,441 26

    Jan 13 Wednesday 1 $4,743,762 -6.4% -31.3% 3,422 $1,386 $445,768,203 27

    Jan 14 Thursday 1 $4,698,802 -0.9% -22.9% 3,422 $1,373 $450,467,005 28

    Jan 15 Friday 2 $10,394,264 +121.2% -21.7% 3,285 $3,164 $460,861,269 29

    Jan 16 Saturday 1 $17,254,108 +66% -18.9% 3,285 $5,252 $478,115,377 30

    Jan 17 Sunday 1 $15,137,240 -12.3% -3.9% 3,285 $4,607 $493,252,617 31

    Jan 18 MLK Day

    Monday 1 $11,615,834 -23.3% +127.3% 3,285 $3,536 $504,868,451 32

    Jan 19 Tuesday 1 $4,190,947 -63.9% -17.3% 3,285 $1,275 $509,059,398 33

    Jan 20 Wednesday 1 $3,792,807 -9.5% -20% 3,285 $1,154 $512,852,205 34

    Jan 21 Thursday 1 $3,945,213 +4% -16% 3,285 $1,200 $516,797,418 35

    Jan 22 Friday 1 $9,028,494 +128.8% -13.1% 3,141 $2,874 $525,825,912 36

    Jan 23 Saturday 1 $16,326,050 +80.8% -5.4% 3,141 $5,197 $542,151,962 37

    Jan 24 Sunday 1 $9,589,537 -41.3% -36.6% 3,141 $3,053 $551,741,499 38

    Jan 25 Monday 1 $3,240,192 -66.2% -72.1% 3,141 $1,031 $554,981,691 39

    Jan 26 Tuesday 1 $3,198,046 -1.3% -23.7% 3,141 $1,018 $558,179,737 40

    Jan 27 Wednesday 1 $3,137,588 -1.9% -17.3% 3,141 $998 $561,317,325 41

    Jan 28 Thursday 1 $3,155,062 +0.6% -20% 3,141 $1,004 $564,472,387 42

    Jan 29 Friday 1 $7,439,426 +135.8% -17.6% 3,074 $2,420 $571,911,813 43

    Jan 30 Saturday 1 $13,783,881 +85.3% -15.6% 3,074 $4,484 $585,695,694 44

    Jan 31 Sunday 1 $10,056,722 -27% +4.9% 3,074 $3,271 $595,752,416 45

    Feb 1 Monday 1 $2,700,621 -73.1% -16.7% 3,074 $878 $598,453,037 46

    Feb 2 Tuesday 1 $2,688,514 -0.4% -15.9% 3,074 $874 $601,141,551 47

    Feb 3 Wednesday 1 $2,647,797 -1.5% -15.6% 3,074 $861 $603,789,348 48

    Feb 4 Thursday 1 $2,703,975 +2.1% -14.3% 3,074 $879 $606,493,323 49

    Feb 5 Friday 2 $6,160,319 +127.8% -17.2% 3,000 $2,053 $612,653,642 50

    Feb 6 Saturday 2 $11,539,798 +87.3% -16.3% 3,000 $3,846 $624,193,440 51

    Feb 7 Sunday 1 $5,150,764 -55.4% -48.8% 3,000 $1,716 $629,344,204 52

    Feb 8 Monday 1 $2,251,567 -56.3% -16.6% 3,000 $750 $631,595,771 53

    Feb 9 Tuesday 1 $2,025,264 -10.1% -24.7% 3,000 $675 $633,621,035 54

    Feb 10 Wednesday 1 $1,849,314 -8.7% -30.2% 3,000 $616 $635,470,349 55

    Feb 11 Thursday 1 $2,135,304 +15.5% -21% 3,000 $711 $637,605,653 56

    Feb 12 Vancouver Olympics

    Friday 4 $4,540,671 +112.6% -26.3% 2,685 $1,691 $642,146,324 57

    Feb 13 Vancouver Olympics

    Saturday 4 $9,200,438 +102.6% -20.3% 2,685 $3,426 $651,346,762 58

    Feb 14 Vancouver Olympics

    Sunday 4 $9,870,516 +7.3% +91.6% 2,685 $3,676 $661,217,278 59

    Feb 15 Presidents' Day Vancouver Olympics

    Monday 3 $5,171,224 -47.6% +129.7% 2,685 $1,925 $666,388,502 60

    Feb 16 Vancouver Olympics

    Tuesday 4 $1,836,327 -64.5% -9.3% 2,685 $683 $668,224,829 61

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    Avatar: The Way of Water Global Box Office Passes $600 Millionce

    As the holiday weekend approaches, Avatar: The Way of Water continues to dominate the box office.

    'Avatar: The Way of Water' Passes $600 Million at the Worldwide Box Office

    BY KEVIN MCCALL

    PUBLISHED 3 DAYS AGO

    The film continues to make waves across the world.

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    James Cameron's return to Pandora continues to make waves across the world as Deadline reports that Avatar: The Way of Water has earned $609.7 million at the worldwide box office as of Wednesday. Domestically, the film has accumulated a total of $183 million, with an additional $426.8 million from overseas so far.

    So far, the movie holds the second-biggest Wednesday of the year with a $14.3 million total, trailing behind Top Gun: Maverick, which gained $14.8 million. At this point, its daily box office intake indicates a strong domestic run that will continue to see further growth during the holidays. Whether it can overcome Maverick's $719 million domestic total remains to be seen. However, a clearer picture of the movie's domestic performance will be revealed in the following weeks.

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    Internationally, the film also continues to see wide success, with its biggest market being China, which earned an additional $70.5 million, despite major COVID outbreaks, with France's performance adding $37 million to its total. The film is also experiencing significant traction in Korea with $32.1 million alongside $26.5 million in ticket sales from India and $26.1 million from Germany. The film now sits as the fifth highest-grossing Hollywood film overseas of 2022, which puts it behind Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and ahead of Thor: Love and Thunder.

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    Despite approaching competition during the holiday season with the releases of Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Babylon, and I Wanna Dance With Somebody, the sequel is still projected to dominate the box office, with previous reports indicating that the film is expected to face a domestic 40% to 50% drop on its second weekend. The first Avatar is notable for its strong box office legs in 2009, with its second weekend only experiencing a 1.8% drop. While the sequel is unlikely to replicate the same longevity as its predecessor, it will still likely play out fairly strong for the next several weeks, with the holidays providing plenty of breathing room at the box office.

    Set over a decade after the events of the first film, Avatar: The Way of Water sees the return of Cameron at the helm with Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, and Stephen Lang reprising their roles as Jake Sully, Neytiri, and Colonel Miles Quaritch. Sigourney Weaver returns as a new character and stars alongside several new cast members, such as Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, and Edie Falco.

    Avatar: The Way of Water is now playing in theaters. Check out the official trailer for the upcoming film below.

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    10 Best Action Movies Of All Time, According To IMDb

    BY HANNAH SAAB

    PUBLISHED NOV 4, 2022

    Including award-winning classics like The Matrix and influential masterpieces like Seven Samurai.

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    Instant classic action movies like Bullet Train and Top Gun: Maverick premiered earlier this year, adding to an already-impressive collection of beloved films from the established genre. Fans looking for similar exhilarating viewing experiences will be glad to know that IMDb users’ votes have made it possible to find the best action movies ever made.

    From 1994’s Léon: The Professional to 2008’s The Dark Knight, the highest-rated action movies on the platform are often award-winning and genre-defining masterpieces. It’s worth noting that there are (rightly) multiple entries from the Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings franchises on IMDb’s list, and for the sake of variety, only the top-scoring ones will be included alongside other must-see action films.

    ‘Léon: The Professional’ (1994) – 8.5

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    Director Luc Besson’s Léon: The Professional is centered on the unique relationship that forms between a professional “cleaner” (hitman) and a 12-year-old girl, Mathilda. After her parents are murdered by a corrupt DEA agent, Mathilda relies on Léon for survival and, eventually, training to become a talented enough assassin who can seek revenge.

    The fascinating and often controversial dynamic between the protagonists is the focus of the movie, but its action sequences are remarkable, too. Thanks to the emotional buildup and connection Léon and Mathilda form with audiences, the stakes feel higher with each new dangerous encounter they have.

    ‘Gladiator’ (2000) – 8.5

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    Inspired by Daniel P. Mannix's 1958 book, Those About to Die, Gladiator is a box office hit that dramatizes Roman general Maximus Decimus Meridius’ experiences. When the ambitious traitor Commodus murders Maximus’ father (and family) and claims the throne for himself, the protagonist is forced into slavery and becomes a gladiator who fights through the ranks to exact revenge.

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