Avatar Movie Trailer Review: The Way of Water, a trademark film from James Cameron’s Avatar franchise, will be released as the second in the series following Avatar. This film follows the same protagonist and his family as they return to their homeland and gradually reconnect with the world of Pandora.
Cameron announced the first two sequels to Avatar in 2010, with The Way of Water aiming for a 2014 release. With the success of the first film, Cameron was interested in continuing to develop new technology and explore the world he created.
The addition of three more sequels and making Avatar 3 submerged led to significant delays for Avatar 4. Some scenes were filmed in California and New Zealand starting September 25th, 2017. Shooting was completed after filming in California had stopped due to a pandemic on COVID-19.
This film takes place a decade after the first. It follows the Sully family, showing the troubles they face, their attempts at protecting each other, and the tragedies they have endured.
The cast for Avatar: The Way of Water
- Sam Worthington as Jake Sully
- Zoe Saldaña as Neytiri
- Sigourney Weaver as Kiri
- Stephen Lang as Colonel Miles Quaritch
- Cliff Curtis as Tonowari
- CCH Pounder as Mo’at
- Kate Winslet as Ronal
- Jamie Flatters as Neteyam
- Britain Dalton as Lo’ak
- Chloe Coleman as Young Lo’ak
- Trinity Bliss as Tuktirey
- Bailey Bass as Tsireya
- Filip Geljo as Aonung
- Duane Evans Jr. as Rotxo
Avatar composer James Horner’s signed on to score the film, but tragically died in a plane crash. After his death, Simon Franglen was reported to take over the project and subsequently collaborated with Landau for soundtracks for the sequels. The original scores, composed by Horner, and those produced by Franglen will be combined for the movie.
Avatar is a Disney film scheduled to be released on the 16th of December, distributed by 20th Century Studios. It will be available in RealD, Dolby Cinema, IMAX and IMAX 3D formats.
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All three films in the upcoming Avatar sequels are being written collaboratively. Although each writer is working with Cameron on one of the films, they only reveal which film they’re working on in the last day of writing each script.
On July 31, 2017, Weta Digital announced that it was in the process of creating Avatar 2. The film will have new scenes filmed underwater, with actors wearing body cameras to capture every movement. It took a year and a half to develop this system to make sure the filming goes smoothly.
Avatar 2 will have many technological improvements as well as Avatar: Alita. These include being able to do all the lighting work during production and also record facial performances of actors.
After watching Avatar: The Way of Water, I was left feeling very inspired. This movie is not only a great story, but it also has some amazing visuals and messages. I definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a good film.