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Go out and take Wentworth Signature 2023 Shirt a splash in theaters as Avatar: The Way of Water may not hit Disney+ as soon as other recent Disney releases. Since 2019, Disney has followed a basic order of operations: if a film is released in theaters, it will eventually be streamed on Disney+. However, there has been a lot of variance in individual projects’ journeys making their way to Disney+. This is mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic that forced the studio to put more films directly on the streamer and set a new precedent for theatrical release windows. Just before heading into a loaded 2023 slate of films, the highly anticipated Avatar: The Way of Water will look to ride the box office like a banshee in December and January. With a continually moving target, Avatar 2’s immediate performance worldwide may affect when it eventually available to stream on Disney+
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Assuming The Way of Water Wentworth Signature 2023 Shirt puts on a top-notch box office performance, there will be no rush to make it available streaming. During its opening weekend, Avatar 2 grossed $134 million domestically and an additional $307.6 million internationally. The $441.6 million global opening is the second-highest of 2022 (May’s Multiverse of Madness opened to $449.4 million worldwide).These numbers were generally under projections by industry experts, however, nearly reaching half of a billion in three days is nothing to be disappointed about. A 90-day theatrical window would equate to Thursday, March 17, 2023. However, a month earlier, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (another massive Disney production) releases on February 17. This could lead the company to put Avatar 2 out on streaming around the same time if its box office has fizzled out after roughly 60 days in theaters. It would be fascinating to see how Disney handles this one, especially considering the Avatar franchise is most famously known for its box office longevity and being made for the theater. It’s a safe bet to assume James Cameron isn’t in any rush for his first film in 13 years to begin streaming.