Like most people, I enjoyed the first Avatar when I saw it in theaters way back in 2009. The special effects were mind-blowing, and the 3D was incredible. With word of James Cameron preparing to release Avatar 2 to the world, the release date, as of today, is December 17, 2021. A lot of people think that it will be another banging hit that will dominate the box office. That may prove to be correct, but if anybody feels that Avatar 2 will beat Avengers: Endgame at the box office., will it surely beat?
Avatar was once the highest-grossing movie of all time until Avengers: Endgame beat it off the top spot. People love Avatar and are going to come out to see the sequel, right? Well, maybe, maybe not, and here are some reasons why people might not come into theatres for the film.
When Avatar first released, some people were so fascinated by the world of Pandora that some reportedly needed therapy to manage with the world not being real. But now, ask anybody, and they will be likely indication and say, “Yeah, I remember Avatar. It was good.” Or at worse, “Avatar? Do you mean that movie that was just a rip-off of Dances With Wolves and Fern Gully? Yeah, I hate that movie.” But when it comes to the Avengers: Endgame, you couldn’t get a more crazed fanbase than it has.
Avatar was released on December 18, 2009, and exploited interest with its groundbreaking visual effects and 3D presentation to become the highest-grossing movie ever released with $2.78 billion worldwide. 3D was efficient and wasn’t used reasonably with stuff flying toward the screen, which brought the fans to the screens. Now with people watching movies on their phones and tablets, we can’t expect them to go to theatres to watch the film.
The Story Was Too Bland in the First Avatar Movie
James Cameron is an extremely talented storyteller. The first two Terminators are in his top 20 favorite movies of all time. He prefers Aliens to Alien, and he likes Titanic as an adult, even though he hated it as a kid. But Avatar has always been kind of annoying when it came to storytelling. Sure, the visual effects were impressive, and that meant a lot back in 2009. But story-wise? Well, I’m glad it lost to The Hurt Locker when it came to Best Picture said, James Cameron.
Avatar 2, 3, & 4 might be more innovative and exciting than the first one. Still, the film never had stars like Thanos separating his fingers and wiping away half of its characters, one of the main reasons we just enjoyed to see Endgame after that startling finale in Avengers: Infinity War. It has nothing like that going for it. I want to see it, we all want to see it, yeah, but to the guess, we won’t be rushing out of the house to watch it on big screens.
So, Avatar 2 will probably be calm and make a lot of money at the box office, but there’s no way in the world it’s going to make more money than Avengers: Endgame. Hopefully, Avatars 3 and 4 will come out on time, so we won’t have to wait over a decennary for the sequel. But if they are postponed, then at least we’ll always have Marvel to fill the gap.