Poster of Avatar 2
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The much-awaited film Avatar: The Way of Water is breaking box-office records across the world even before its cinematic release.

Press Reviews

Avatar: The Way of Water, the sequel to 2009’s Avatar is making news with successful press reviews before its worldwide release. Many are claiming it to be the most successful film of 2022.

The reviewers who attended a special screening in US and UK have shared positive opinions regarding Avatar 2. According to their words, the film is better than the first installment of the series. It is more original and has better character development. The FX technology is marvelous and the scenes of underwater visuals are overwhelmingly good. People are especially praising the last hour of the film calling it the definition of epic.

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The plot of Avatar: The Way of Water

The second installment of the Avatar series continues the story from the first. Jake Sully and Neytiri struggle to survive on the planet ‘Pandora’ after forming a family. They must go out exploring the planet and Jake Sully needs to fight an important battle. The story has more focus on the character development and their connections with each other. It is a tale that is driven by emotions of family and endurance.

The cast

The second installment of the Avatar series has a large cast. Some of the reviews say it is a little overwhelming with the great number of new characters but due to the length of the film, it is easy to manage and doesn’t create confusion.

The film also stars Vin Diesel, Michelle Yeoh, Cliff Curtis, Jack Champion, Oona Chaplin, Trinity Bliss, Michelle Rodriguez, Jamie Flatters, Filip Geljo, Britain Dalton, Bailey Bass, and many more.

Avatar 3 and 4

On December 09, 2022. James Cameron the director of the Avatar series held a press conference in South Korea before the Avatar: The Way of Water release. There he shared that Avatar 2 focuses on the same message as the first film. He has a close relationship with water and wanted to remind people of the destruction of the ocean due to humanity’s greed. He said that the film reminds people of the ocean but doesn’t try to teach anything.

When prompted about the length of the film, the director said, “Isn’t it great to receive more at the same price? Titanic was a long film as well but it did well so I am confident that length wouldn’t be a problem,”

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The director has already planned two more installments in the Avatar series. The film has begun its global release beginning from London on December 06, 2022. The first installment of Avatar is available on Disney+.

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