Avatar turns into 2nd highest grossing IMAX launch ever, continues manner of successful at field workplace

That is Avatar‘s field workplace and each different movie is simply barely residing in it.

For the sixth week in a row, Avatar: The Way of Water claims the highest spot, taking in $19.7 million and bringing its home cume to virtually $598 million.

Avatar The Way of Water

Avatar The Method of Water

twentieth Century Studios

This weekend makes The Method of Water the sixth highest grossing international launch of all time, at $2.024 billion — and its inside placing distance of Avengers: Infinity War in fifth place. Earth’s mightiest heroes do not stand a lot an opportunity in opposition to the Na’vi over on the IMAX field workplace both, with Avatar closing in on Avengers: Endgame to change into the best grossing IMAX launch ever.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is proving that this cat’s obtained legs, taking second place on the home field workplace, including $11.5 million to carry its five-week whole to $126.5 million. M3GANs little doll legs are additionally strutting alongside properly, incomes $9.8 million for a three-week whole of $73.3 million.

Storm Reid in Screen Gems MISSING

Storm Reid in Display Gems MISSING

Temma Hankin/Display Gems

Not far behind, Missing, the thriller thriller starring Storm Reid and Nia Long, debuts in fourth with $9.3 million and Tom HanksA Man Known as Otto rounds out the highest 5 with $9 million, for a four-week haul of $35.3 million.

Internationally, two releases from China — The Wandering Earth 2 and Full River Purple — opened behind Avatar to take second and third, respectively, on the field workplace, with Puss in Boots and M3GAN trailing behind.

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