‘Avatar’ Tops ‘Endgame’ to Reclaim Throne as Biggest Money Maker Ever


James Cameron‘s blockbuster, ‘Avatar,’ has reclaimed its throne as the highest-grossing movie ever around the world, which appears to be kinda pissing off the ‘Endgame’ crowd.

Marvel fanboys/girls laid into Cameron Saturday on word that his 2009 behemoth of a flick had once again climbed to the top of the charts globally upon a re-release this weekend in Chinese markets, putting its new haul at just over $2.8B against ‘Endgame’s’ $2.797B.

Congratulations to @JimCameron ,@JonLandau , and ALL of Na’vi Nation for reclaiming the box office crown! We love you 3000. @OfficialAvatar pic.twitter.com/WlMWRcL15y

— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) March 13, 2021
@MarvelStudios

China’s Film Bureau struck a deal that allowed for ‘Avatar’ to be re-released in theaters, seeing how they’re testing re-opening cineplexes … but are short on new material. Since ‘Avatar’ is an all-time great among viewers there, they greenlit its revival on the big screen.

Marvel was gracious in defeat, tweeting … “Congratulations to @JimCameron, @JonLandau, and ALL of Na’vi Nation for reclaiming the box office crown! We love you 3000.” Cameron responded with a blue heart emoji, y’know … ’cause of the blue forest people.

Reminder that the only reason Avatar made so much money is because James Cameron kept rereleasing it and cheating the system. Avengers: Endgame was able to be that in its ORIGINAL theatrical run. Endgame is the true winner whether Cameron likes it or not #AvengersEndgame

— Bmanlegoboy (@Bmanlegoboy) March 13, 2021
@Bmanlegoboy

While the studio is bowing down … fans aren’t. Many are pointing out ‘Avatar’ appears to be gaming the system with yet another re-release more than a decade later, and seemingly juking the stats in its favor. Yes, the movie has had a handful of re-releases over the years, including a significant one right after its OG one-month theatrical run in late 2009.

Here’s the thing … if ‘Avatar’ “cheated,” so did ‘Endgame’ to get its huge numbers. That movie was in theaters for a whopping 20 weeks or so, which comes out to about how many months ‘Avatar’ has been left in theaters total on re-releases (give or take a couple months).

Besides, ‘Avatar’ and ‘Endgame’ ARE on the same team — Disney owns both these days … so this ain’t robbing Peter to pay Paul. It’s just Pete and Paul both paying Mickey ????

You can view the original article HERE.

Camila Mendes Is a Rom-Com Sensation
Gypsy Rose and Ryan Anderson Have Not Filmed Together Since Separation
TikTok Star Eva Evans, Creator of ‘Club Rat,’ Series Dead at 29
Patricia Arquette Wishes Gypsy Rose Well, Worries About Her Social Media
Inside Out 2 Director Revealed Why a Major Emotion Was Left Out from the Film
The 2024 Chicago Palestine Film Festival Highlights | Festivals & Awards
Blood for Dust Review | A Gritty Crime Thriller with Great Acting
The Blair Witch Project Cast Write an Open Letter to Lionsgate
Kim Kardashian Loses 100K Followers In Wake of Taylor Swift Diss
DJ Snake brings out 50 Cent at Coachella for ‘In Da Club’ and more
Taylor Swift SLAMS Kim Kardashian in Song ‘thanK you aIMee’
Wire Club in Leeds announces closure
Bam Margera Claims Self-Defense As Street Fight Video Surfaces
Sylvester Stallone Says Torn Pec Injury Forced ‘Rocky II’ Plot Twist
Fire Breaks Out Behind Goal During Dutch Final Soccer Game
Arnold Schwarzenegger Punked Sylvester Stallone into Starring in Movie Flop
ATLA Star Teases Zuko & Iroh’s ‘Heartbreaking’ Story in Season 2
Tracker Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Aurora
Fans Cast MCU and Dune Star Zendaya as Buffy in Exciting Reimagined Slayer Art
Blue Bloods Season 14 Episode 7 Spoilers: Will Danny and Baez’s New Case Involve The Entire Family?
Best Flats For Women on Amazon
Etienne Ortega’s Namesake Beauty Brand Holds The Secret to Luscious Lips
Granado’s “Essence of Flowers” Collection
What’s Kate Upton Up To?