The trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water is getting wet and wild

So, last week, about an hour before Doctor Strange 2 screened for the press, we were invited to catch a little taste of James Cameron Avatar: The Way of Water. Did we watch half an hour of the film? Maybe instead we saw a special featurette about all the crazy technology that went into the making of this opus? nope We were there for the teaser, a 90-second special effects extravaganza presented entirely in Dolby Vision, Dolby Audio and 3D. It looped for half an hour, and as much as we wished we were the kind of ironmen who could make it through every 30 minutes, well, we’re not. We bounced after seeing it twice. Now that you can see it for yourself, Disney released the trailer Monday morning after having some lead time Doctor Strange — we’ll give a verdict: it looks… pretty good! The technology was already quite advanced in the first film, and this time it looks even better. Just look at the details of these faces! Good God! It’s probably going to be some silly gibberish as far as the plot goes, but let’s face it: you’ll see.

Have a look:

Here’s a synopsis that tells you a little more about the world of film (and explains where all those kids came from):

“Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ begins by telling the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri and their children), the troubles that follow them, the lengths, they go to protect each other, the struggles they fight to stay alive and the tragedies they endure.”

Avatar: The Way of Water hits theaters on December 16, beginning a cycle of four Sequels to the 2009 film, which will hit theaters in 2024, 2026 and 2028. Jesus Christ, that’s a lot avatar. Just think – a child born on the first day avatar Hit theaters will be graduating from college when the fifth film hits theaters, their brains completely infused with blue cat elf people banging their pigtails. What a world. The trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water is getting wet and wild

Brian Lowry

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