Disney unveiled the Avatar 2 trailer on Wednesday at CinemaCon. The long-delayed movie has an official title now. The second sequel of Avatar is known as Avatar: The Way of Water. In this article, we will share all the details such as Avatar 2 Trailer, release date, plot, cast, and everything you need to know. Read till last to not miss any information.
Avatar 2 Trailer
After eight years, director James Cameron shared with the audience the underwater vision for “Avatar’s” sequel. The attendees at CinemaCon were given 3D glasses to watch the trailer, which had almost no dialogue. The clip showed Na’vi interacting with various species such as whales and pelicans. The audience experienced some of those species flying through the screen due to 3D technology.
Disney plans to rerelease the original Avatar(2009) on September 23 with better audio and sound. The film broke the record and became the highest-grossing movie worldwide at $2.8 billion crossing Avengers: Endgame.
Avatar 2 Release Date, When will it hit the theatres?
Avatar 2 release date is finally here! It will hit the theatres on December 16, 2022 which had originally planned for December 2021, and got delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Although the filming of the sequel began in 2017, it is a mix of live-action and motion capture elements. This is why it took more time for its release. Cameron revealed that Avatar 2 is “100% complete” and around 95% finished on Avatar 3.
The movie has other three other movies to come, and in recent years Cameron has been working on all of them. In December 2021, he revealed that he already filmed some of Avatar 4. Cameron said, “Anything that had to be done with a specific actor, we did all the scenes for the sequel and together and a little bit of
Reason Behind Delay in the release
The sequel has its long journey to the screen. Avatar 2- scheduled for release in December 2014, and Avatar 3 for December 2015. The filming were to start in April 2016, but the filming never began. Next year, in January, the announcement of the work on the motion-capture element to start by August 2017. However, the work began in September, resulting in another delay.
From the set of the sequels: @ZoeSaldana, Sam Worthington, Kate Winslet, and Cliff Curtis taking a break from underwater performance capture for a quick photo!
Fun fact: Much of the performance capture took place in this 900,000 gallon tank, built specifically for the sequels. pic.twitter.com/NSfqoZ6jXJ
— Avatar (@officialavatar) May 13, 2020
Later, the announcement of a fourth Avatar movie pushed the whole planning back. The sequel is finally set for a December 2020 release. But Disney postponed it again after completing the takeover of Fox to December 2021. According to the Cameron, “ It was a seven year gap between Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day And the seven year gap between Ailen and its sequel.
Name Of Sequels
The titles of all the sequels are in order below:
- Second – Avatar: The Way of Water
- Third – Avatar: The Seed Bearer
- Fourth – Avatar: The Tulkun Ride
- Fifth – Avatar: The Quest for Eywa.
However, these titles can be changed as and when required.
Star Cast Of Avatar 2
The Avatar sequels will continue with the main characters. The characters of the human-turned-Na’vi, Jake Sully and Neytiri, played by Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana, respectively. In the next sequel, they will have started a family together.
The main villain of the four movies, Stephen Lang, is back as the dead Colonel Miles Quaritch. Cameron said: “I’m not going to say EXACTLY HOW we’re bringing him back. But it’s a science fiction story, after all.” Sigourney Weaver is also returning as a whole new character. While, Kate Winslet will play the role of Ronal in all the Avatar sequels. CCH Pounder as Neytiri’s mum Mo’at, and Matt Gerald as Corporal Lyle Wainfleet, while Edie Falco will play the new character, General Ardmore.
The new additional Avatar 2 casts are
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