Scheduled for release on the 16th of December 2022, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ just dropped the first trailer for the upcoming film after 13 years of waiting since the release of the first film ‘Avatar’ (2009). The American “epic” science fiction film is directed by James Cameron and produced by 20th Century Studios; it is the second film in the Avatar franchise with the third, fourth and fifth having already been announced and in the works. Read on for more information and scroll to check out the trailer!
Cast members reprising their roles from ‘Avatar’ for the upcoming ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ include:
Joel David Moore
Sigourney Weaver (returning in a different role)
New cast members include:
Following the widespread success of the first film, the director James Cameron announced further sequels in 2010, with ‘The Way of Water’ aimed to release in 2014. Unfortunately, due to a lot of work in production and the Covid-19 pandemic, the release got pushed back several times to finally settle on the 16th of December 2022. However, it will be worth the wait as new technology had to be developed in order to film performance capture scenes underwater, which is a feat never accomplished before and is the main cause for significant delays. The team worked and re-worked on the writing, pre-production, and visual effects, so we are all excited to see what the film has to offer once we finally get to view it in cinemas mid-December of this year.
Check out the new trailer for ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ at the cinemas when you go to see ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’. The trailer will then be released online for everyone to see only a week later so keep a lookout!
Watch the trailer for the first film ‘Avatar’ (2009) below:
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