Director James Cameron Now he’s ready to show viewers his other underwater vision of the much-anticipated Avatar sequel after at least seven delays in the past eight years (the image was initially scheduled for a 2014 release). It was titled Avatar: The Way of Water.
Avatar 2 It’s been in development for nearly a decade, with a few behind-the-scenes glimpses released from time to time, including a look at some of the technical concepts and character introductions. During that period, there were also rumors about the names of the intended sequels, one of which is Avatar: The Way of Water. Now at CinemaCon, according to Variety, Disney is verifying this speculation, revealing that Avatar: The Way of Water is the official title for the first Avatar sequel, scheduled for release on December 16, 2022.
Interestingly, footage from the film was revealed at the event. CinemaCon attendees were handed 3D glasses to watch the one-minute video, which was virtually speechless. Instead, stunning views of the planet’s clear blue waters and lakes plunge visitors into diverse sections of the wonderful world of Pandora. The film also depicts the indigenous Na’vi people interacting with various creatures resembling whales and swans, some of which have flown across the screen and into audience members’ faces thanks to 3D technology, according to Variety.
symbol picture: Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, The Way of Water begins telling the story of the Sully family – Jake and Neytiri and their children – and the problems that follow them, the lengths they go to to keep each other safe, and the battles they fight. To survive, the tragedies they endure. Meanwhile, the trailer will be shown exclusively in cinemas prior to the release of Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on May 6.