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M3GAN evil-doll horror flick first hit in 2023 and Avatar hits $1.7 billion

M3GAN, a Blumhouse evil-doll horror flick debuted with $30.2 million in ticket sales in 2023 according to studio estimates. Avatar: The Way of Water is at the top spot in box-office reign.

After a little girl’s parents were killed in a vehicle accident, a robot companion was built for her. This is the plot of the horror film. M3GAN’s above-expectations debut generated interest and led to the creation of popular dancing memes. Hollywood’s first success of 2023 was conceived by Blumhouse and producer James Wan and stars Allison Williams in the evil-doll horror film.

M3GAN was rated a B-grade by audience

The PG-13 movie received a B grade from the audience on CinemaScore, despite better reviews (93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) for the contemporary, technological spin on a thriller akin to “Child’s Play.” $10 million was made by M3GAN globally.

Avatar: The Way of Water by James Cameron continues to rule big-screen viewing.

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With sales of $45 million, the three-hour, three-dimensional sequel maintained its top spot in North American theatres for a fourth consecutive week.

Avatar: The Way of Water hits $1.7 billion worldwide

The science fiction film has now earned more than $500 million domestically and $1.7 billion internationally. The pace of the “Avatar” sequel is almost identical to that of the first film, despite the otherwise unimpressive holiday corridor: The fourth weekend of the 2009 film “Avatar” had a $50.3 million haul.

Without accounting for inflation, the sequel has risen to become the seventh-highest grossing movie of all time, a sum that is mostly attributable to its successful international run. The movie has sold more tickets abroad ($1.2 billion) than any other movie since the pandemic began.

According to Australian entertainment portal News.com.au, the sequel is the seventh highest-grossing film of all time, beating Jurassic World.

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Last week, The Way of Water became the top cinema earner of 2022 when it surpassed Top Gun: Maverick and its $1.44 billion haul.

The James Cameron blockbuster is the seventh highest-grossing film of all time

The Cameron blockbuster now has only six films ahead of it — Spider-Man: No Way Home ($1.91 billion), Avengers: Infinity War ($2.04 billion), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.06 billion), Titanic ($2.20 billion), Avengers: Endgame ($2.79 billion) and Avatar ($2.92 billion).

Both Avatar and Titanic were also directed by Cameron.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is in third place

M3GAN is the only new movie in wide release. A Man Called Otto starring Tom Cruise has expanded to 637 theatres.

The film, a remake of the Swedish film “A Man Called Ove,” managed a solid $4.2 million ahead of its nationwide release on Friday.

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Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is in third place with $13.1 million in its third week.

The animated sequel has tallied $87.7 million in three weeks, plus $109.7 million internationally.

While many Oscar hopefuls have had trouble at the box office recently, Daren Aronofsky’s The Whale is making a little exception. Brendan Fraser’s indie picture, which cost an estimated $3 million to produce, earned $1.5 million in its fifth week of distribution, placing it seventh overall with a total of $8.6 million.

Born on April 13, 1988, Allison Howell Williams is an American actress. Following several minor roles in television, she played Marnie Michaels in the HBO comedy-drama series Girls (2012–2017), which earned her a Critics’ Choice Award nomination, and the title role in Peter Pan Live! (2014). She became known while starring as Rose Armitage in the horror film Get Out (2017) and since appeared as Kit Snicket in the series A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017–2019).

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