Long-awaited James Cameron trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water debuts

More than a decade after the release of the original film, the trailer for the long-awaited James Cameron arrives avatar episode has arrived. Avatar: The Way of Water is slated to hit theaters December 16 as the first of four planned sequels to the 2009 fantasy world.

The first official look at the film catches up with the Sully family in Pandora, more than 10 years after Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Na’vi Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) quit. In this fantastic avatar Future, there’s no clear plot, exactly – just blue aliens and vibes.

The loosely portrayed conflict puts the Sullys in the indefinable line of fire as they struggle to maintain a sense of security amid the turmoil. “One thing I know,” Jake explains in the trailer. “Wherever we go, this family is our stronghold.” Whatever that means.

Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang are returning to film avatar world in their roles as Dr. Grace Augustine and Colonel Miles Quaritch. The film will also be recast with Vin Diesel and Kate Winslet, who was last paired with Cameron for titanic.

The director originally planned for the four sequels, which were reportedly filmed concurrently, to be released in two-year increments in December 2021, December 2023, December 2025 and December 2027. Now the release of each film is pushed forward a year to make up for the multiple delays that have plagued their production.

https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/movie-news/avatar-2-the-way-of-water-official-trailer-1350613/ Long-awaited James Cameron trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water debuts

Brian Lowry

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