James Cameron’s Avatar, which returned to theaters after 13 years, has also created history in its re-release. After pandemic, Avatar has become the biggest film in the history of films to release for the second time in theatres.
In just three days of its release, As per Box Office Mojo, Avatar has collected $ 30 million worldwide. Avatar, which first hit the theaters in 2009, has now become the world’s highest-grossing film with a net worth of $2.85 billion.
The film was released in theaters worldwide for a limited time on 23 September.
In India too, the film has been launched on selected screens and is attracting the audience. National Cinema Day was celebrated in cinema halls across the country on 23 September, under which movie tickets were sold for just Rs 75. Continuing this week also from Monday to Thursday, the tickets of the film will be sold at reduced rates, which means that Avatar is expected to get more viewers in the coming days.
Avatar has a net collection of 5-6 crores in the country in three days of release. Receiving this response to the film, which is releasing after a decade, shows its popularity.
James Cameron has technically upgraded Avatar. The film has been remastered. Also, released in 4K HD. Interestingly, one of the reasons behind the re-release of Avatar is its sequel Avatar – The Way of Water. It will hit big screens on 16th December.