There is nothing bigger than ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ and no one can deny this fact. This biggest motion picture of the world is arriving on 16th December and legendary filmmaker James Cameron himself said that it needs to collect at least 2 billion to reach the breakeven status. This shows how much budget was allotted to this movie and the trailer which came out till date made the people awestruck. They cannot wait to watch the films on the big screens and become speechless.
The movie is releasing in English, Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam languages just in India. It is going to be released on a grand scale and the advance bookings showcase how crazy the audience are towards this movie. The bookings were open 25 days before the movie release in some areas and trusted sources claim that over 15,000 tickets were sold within three days. The 45 screens got completely booked and more shows will be opened in the coming days. The ticket prizes are increased massively for this movie but the audience are still willing to go to the theatres.
This explains the craze towards the movie and one can assure that the movie is going to be a blockbuster no matter how it is. The sheer visual spectacle it offers is enough to make your tickets worth it.
‘Avatar’ came out in 2009 and it swept everyone off their feet. The visuals showcased in that film was never seen before and it took a film like ‘Avengers Endgame’ to break its record, that too in its second run at the box office showcasing the magic ‘Avatar’ created a decade back. The visionary director takes us back to Pandora world. ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ tells us the story of the Sully family, the troubles they endure, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they face. The visuals are nothing short of fantastic and Cameroon seems to have delivered another record-shattering film. The action sequences, the music, the production design, the acting and every aspect look jaw-dropping. The makers claim it as a ‘Motion Picture Event Of A Generation’.