The new "Avatar" is the fourth in the ranking of the highest-grossing films in the history of cinema

 “Avatar: The Way of Water” remained at the top of the box office in North American halls, with its total revenues at the end of the week reaching $ 15 million, according to estimates by the specialized “Experience Relationships”, and thus becoming the fourth in the ranking of the highest-grossing films in the world in 2014. Cinema history.

And the company said on Twitter that James Cameron's film "has been in first place for seven weeks, an achievement that has not been preceded by any film since the first movie" Avatar "by the same director in 2009.

Strong revenues in the rest of the world - including $237 million in China - propelled the film to the fourth highest-grossing film worldwide, grossing $2.117 billion (excluding inflation-adjusted revenue).

Thus, James Cameron has three of the four highest-grossing films in the history of cinema, namely "Avatar", "Titanic" and "The Way of Water".

This trilogy is penetrated by the movie “Avengers: Endgame” produced by “Disney” and “Marvel”, as it ranks second.

The events of “Avatar: The Way of Water” take place in an aquatic space and more than a decade after the events of the first science fiction movie “Avatar”, which achieved great public success in 2009.

The children's movie "Boss in Boots: The Last Wish", based on the world of the "Shrek" series, held the second place at the North American box office this week, with revenues of $ 10.6 million during the last weekend.

The movie "A Man Called Auto" starring Tom Hanks advanced to third place, with $6.8 million.

And fourth was the movie “M3GAN” (“Megan”), produced by “Universal” and “Bloomhouse Productions”, with revenues of $ 6.4 million.

The film tells the story of a human-shaped doll, designed to be a companion to a young orphan girl.

As for the newcomer, the Indian action movie "Patan" ranked fifth, with $5.9 million.

Here are the remaining five movies in this week's ranking:

6. Messing ($5.7 million).

7 - Billion ($3.8 million).

8. Infinity Ball ($2.7 million).

9. Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist ($2.3 million)

10 - The Wandering Earth 2 (1.4 

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