After the first teaser trailer for Avatar 2: The Way of Water hit theaters exclusively last week, 20th Century Studios has now made it available online. The almost one-and-a-half-minute-long video gives an impressive view of the sequel to the 3D hit from 2009.
Return to Pandora
Anyone who has seen Dr. Strange 2 in theaters may have done so not only to follow the ongoing intricacies of the Marvel Multiverse but also to be among the first to see the first trailer for the Avatar sequel. As of today, it’s also available without a movie ticket and leaves no doubt that Avatar 2: The Way of Water is likely to be a visually stunning spectacle, akin to the first trip to Pandora. What is known about the content: Avatar 2 takes place a little over ten years after the end of the first film and focuses on Jake Sully (the protagonist of the first film) and the Na’vi Neytiri, who go to extremes. are going to protect their Families from danger and keep them alive.
The first teaser does not yet reveal the dangers involved. Overall, the video hardly reveals any details about the story, but mainly shows beautiful landscape shots, the proximity to the water mentioned in the title is unmistakable here. Besides numerous Na’vi, an industrial or military facility of the people can also be seen. Unfortunately, the teaser doesn’t give any impression of the quality of the 3D effects, at least when you watch them at home, which is said to be much more impressive than the predecessor.
Theatrical release in December
Whether this is really the case will become clear at the latest on December 14, 2022, when Avatar 2: The Way of Water hits German cinemas. Avatar 2 was directed by James Cameron and the notable cast includes Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, and Kate Winslet. Further sequels up to and including Avatar 5 are already in preparation and Ubisoft is developing a video game set in the same sci-fi universe with Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.
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