Don’t miss Avatar: The Way of Water
We have been waiting 13 years for another “Avatar” movie. Finally, it was confirmed 13 years ago that there would be a sequel, and James Cameron released it on Dec. 16. For those of you who have not seen this film yet, here are a few insights you may find interesting.
The second part of “Avatar,” which already has 2 Golden Globe nominations, is positioned as one of the most expensive films of all time, with a budget exceeding $350 million, according to the media. The production cost was so high that it needed to hit $2 billion to start making a profit. This has only been achieved in movies like “Titanic” (1997) and “Avatar” (2009), by Cameron himself, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2015), “Avengers: Endgame” (2019), and “ Avengers: Infinity War” (2018).
“Avatar” stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, and Sigourney Weaver returned for the sequel, which follows the Sully family. Other cast members include Stephen Lang, Kate Winslet, Edie Falco, and Jemaine Clement.
After the first film’s events, Jake Sully and Ney’tiri have formed a family and must do everything they can to stay together. However, when an ancient threat reappears, the family and other inhabitants of their tribe are forced to leave their home and explore different regions of Pandora. They flee to the territory that is held by the Metkayina clan. These people live in the oceans that surround them. There, the Sullys must adjust, learn to navigate the dangerous world of water, and gain acceptance from their new community. However, it will not be easy for adults and children.
“It is an endless visual spectacle. A story that is better told and is also more complex than the first. It is exciting, although he could let his character grow a bit more. It is a bit long for me, although it has better images and 3D techniques. At the end of this, we want to see the third part,”—stated Brandon Davis of Comic Book.
“I had faith that James Cameron would raise the bar with the effects, but these images are amazing. One impressive painting after another. But what I learned the most is how technical feats always feel in the service of character and world-building,” said Perri Nemiroff, film producer.
“Avatar” will continue with three more sequels that Cameron has already filmed and marks his return to the industry as a director after several projects as a screenwriter.