James Cameron's 'Avatar The way to water' the exorbitant numbers of the trailer - 3Movierulz

copyrightJames Cameron's 'Avatar The way to water' the exorbitant numbers of the trailer - 3Movierulz

James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water trailer debuted online in recent days after a week of exclusivity for cinemas around the world, yet it still managed to get crazy numbers in terms of views and reproductions.

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water trailer has totaled 148.6 million views in the first 24 hours online, of which 23 million came from China alone. In recent years, the 'exclusive movie trailers' have almost disappeared from circulation, and the only possible comparison with the movie of Avatar 2 is the one with the teaser of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which had made its debut directly in the cinema by recording then 112 million views in the first 24 hours of online life.

Obviously these numbers of the trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water - or rather the teaser - do not take into account the reproductions of the video before the screenings of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which achieved a global box office of 479 million. dollars on debut weekend. A quick comparison with other successful teasers sees Avatar The Way of Water in second place behind that F9 trailer with 202.7 million views in 24 hours, but ahead of the Black Widow trailer with 116.8 million, The Incredibles 2 trailer with 113.1 million, and the aforementioned Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker trailer 112.4 million. Avatar: The Way of Water will be released in Italy on December 14th.


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