LOS ANGELES: Director James Cameron last month hit the biggest box office movie at the same time as “Avengers: Endgame” producer after finishing the 10-year “Avatar” record.
The movie “Avengers: Endgame” last week covered a $ 2,789 billion record set by Cameron’s science fiction movie “Avatar” in 2009 to bring the total to $ 2,790 billion.
“Thanks to Avengers: End of the game to become a new box office,” the director added.
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo on Monday sent a compliment to Cameron.
“You are the main reason we fell in love with the movie in the first place.” “Thank you for inspiring us and showing us what we can. We can’t wait to see where it is going,” the brothers told Cameron on Twitter.
Kevin Feige of Marvel Studios, who spoke to Comic-Con fans in San Diego on Saturday, said “Endgame” could lose the name of King Box in the next Cameron movie.
Cameron plans to launch “Forty” from December 2021. Disney has been awarded this year with “Avatar” to buy Rupert Murdoch TV and TV from 21st Century Fox.
The biggest box office movie of all time is “Avengers: Endgame”, “Avatar” and “Titanic”.