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Avatar: The Waterway leads the US Christmas box office with 64 million, flop of Babylon by Damien Chazelle

Avatar: La via dell’acqua continues its inexorable run by leading an unmemorable American box office for the second week, it burns the flop of Babylon, an epic fresco starring Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt.
The freezing and snowy Christmas in the north of the USA didn’t stop Americans from going to the cinema during the holidays, but the only film to enjoy public favors seems to be Avatar: The Way of Waterfirst for the second week at US box office Christmas with 64 million which brings it to a total of 261.6 million at home. Globally, Avatar: The Water Route surpasses the $850 million mark. As our review of Avatar: The Waterway reveals, one of the most anticipated Christmas 2022 films in cinemas, the story returns to Pandora, where the human turned Na’vi Jake Sully is now married to Neytiri, played by Zoe Saldana, and looks after a gaggle of teenage children while simultaneously battling human invaders attempting to colonize her new home.
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Animation, especially at Christmas, retains its appeal to young and old, but the debut of Puss in Boots 2: The Last Wish turns out to be more sluggish than expected. The cartoon voiced by Antonio Banderas opens with takings of 18.5 million in four days and scores an average of 3,000 euros per cinema in just over 4,000 cinemas. Among the most anticipated Christmas 2022 films at the cinema, here is our review of Puss in Boots 2: The Last Wish.
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Whitney: A Voice That Became Legend, a close-up of Naomi Ackie
Little appeal on the Christmas audience of the musical biopic Whitney: A Voice Become Legend, dedicated to the life of Whitney Houston. The film starring Naomi Ackie grossed just Naomi Ackie $4.7 million from 3,625 theaters, with an average per theater of $1,314. Here you can read our review of Whitney: A Rumor Became Legend.
However, the most bitter disappointment at the box office comes from Babylon, a sumptuous fresco of 1920s Hollywood written and directed by Damien Chazelle. The film starring superstars Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie stops at 3.6 million in 3,343 theaters, with an average per theater of around €1,000. a severe setback for one of the American industry’s most acclaimed young directors.
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Here you will find our review of A silent and violent night, which slips to fifth place. The R-rated action comedy, starring David Harbor as a cranky Santa Claus, takes in another $3.5m, taking it to a global total of $42m in four weeks.



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