This mega-budget sci-fi sequel has been around for a long time, allowing most CGI technologies to make significant progress in realistically depicting the underwater environment. Loyal fans enthusiastically welcome the first trailer of “Avatar: The Way of Water” which was released at the screening of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” at Marvel Studios.
“Avatar: The Way of Water” is set to hit theaters on December 16, almost 13 years after director James Cameron’s “Avatar” and its extraterrestrial planet Pandora sank to the amazement of spectators.
To prepare theatergoers for the $250 million follow-ups and introduce a new generation to Jake Sully, Neytiri, and the Indigenous Na’vi’s struggle to protect their remote world from greedy corporate miners, Disney will re-release the original “Avatar” on Sept. 23, complete with updated sound and special effects.
It has become a global 3D sensation, grossing $ 2.8 billion worldwide and the highest-grossing Hollywood movie of all time. Cameron has been in New Zealand for the past few years, focusing on creating a total of four sequels to the laser-centric seminal sensation, which will be released every two years until 2028.
In 2019, Disney bought the 20th Century Fox for 71 71 billion, and the “Avatar” will also exchange the old Fox logo with the official House of Mouse brand. The film is expected to be released in both 2D and 3D formats, although exact plans are yet to be finalized.
Filming for “Avatar: The Way of Water” ended in September 2020. A decade after the first film, the long-awaited sequel follows a story about Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Joe Saldana) and their children in Pandora. Retainer aquatic wall area.