“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will pass “Avatar’s” $760.5 million domestic total today, but the James Cameron film’s global crown appears to be out of reach.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is set to beat “Avatar” at the domestic box office, and continues to rock the box office globally — raking in $1.5 billion.
With the receipts now counted, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” earned a record $540.3 million domestically in its second weekend of release.
With “The Force Awakens” on a course to reach $1 billion this weekend, the Disney sequel may be destined to challenge “Avatar” for the global box-office crown.
The filmmaker says that although there’s a “meta-narrative” across all three sequels, each will be able to stand alone.
Advance ticket sales in Russia are indicating that “The Force Awakens” could outdo “Avatar” at the box office.
“Star Wars: Season of the Force” is coming to Disney Parks, along with “Toy Story Land” in Walt Disney World.
One box-office analyst predicts the new “Star Wars” film will gross $1.95 billion worldwide, placing it behind just “Avatar” and “Titanic.”
The two-time Oscar winner, who scored films ranging from “Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan” to “Braveheart” to “The Amazing Spider-Man,” died Monday when the plane he was piloting crashed.
Citing the complexity of writing all three scripts simultaneously, the filmmaker revealed Avatar 2 won’t be released until late 2017, a year later than planned.
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