Images of the movie “Avatar: The Way of Water” leaked!

Directed by James Cameron, Avatar broke the all-time record in 2009, grossing nearly $3 billion. Now, after 13 years, the continuation of the series, Avatar: The Way of Water, is back. 4 images were leaked ahead of the trailer, which is expected to be released on May 5th.


The vision date for Avatar 2 has been announced!

The new science fiction film is called Avatar: The Way of Water. When is the Avatar 2 release date? Here are the details.

Avatar: The Way of Water In cinemas on December 16th!

The original production was about a race of blue aliens that lived on a planet called Pandora. The habitats of these creatures, known as the Na’vi people, have been threatened by the mining activities of the Earthlings. However, it came to the fore with its visual effects beyond its era rather than being the subject of this production, collecting the awards one by one.

Interestingly, after this huge record at the box office, many moviegoers predicted that the sequel would be out in a few years. However, it took Cameron 13 years to complete filming on this film, which will be released on December 16, 2022.

Avatar: The Way of Water will reunite actors we saw in the original production including Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, Dileep Rao, CCH Pounder and Matt Gerald. Also joining the cast are new names such as Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Edie Falco, Brendan Cowell, Michelle Yeoh, Jemaine Clement, Oona Chaplin, Vin Diesel and CJ Jones.

Unlike the previous production, this time we see the Na’Vi on the Pandora coast. Also, there are too many underwater shots to look like Atlantis. There are also familiar faces from the previous film and scenes where they ride dragon-like creatures.

Although James Cameron has waited 13 years for the second film, it won’t be that long before the third film in the series comes out. Let’s assume that filming has already started and it will be released in 2024.

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