- Insider noticed the primary launched 3D footage of the “Avatar” sequel at CinemaCon.
- The movie’s title was revealed as “Avatar: The Approach of Water”.
- Franchise producer Jon Landau stated all sequels may have standalone tales.
Disney hosted its CinemaCon presentation on Wednesday, debuting footage from upcoming releases like “Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity” and “Lightyear.” However essentially the most anticipated choice got here on the finish, when the corporate introduced the primary footage of the “Avatar” sequel.
Introduced in 3D, Disney confirmed the viewers, which included Insider, a quick teaser trailer that included fascinating visuals, a few of which have been underwater.
It appears like water can be a serious theme – the sequel’s title has been revealed as “Avatar: The Approach of Water”.
Franchise producer Jon Landau flew to New Zealand’s annual conference in Las Vegas — the place director James Cameron is placing the ending touches on the movie — to current the footage.
Landau additionally revealed an attention-grabbing tackle the franchise.
“The Approach of Water” and the opposite three sequels to be launched within the subsequent few years can be standalone movies. This successfully means we do not have to attend years and 5 motion pictures to complete the story Cameron is telling – in truth, he is telling 5 completely different tales.
Nevertheless, Landau added that every of them will deal with the franchise’s essential character Jake Sully (performed by Sam Worthington), the household he is been constructing with Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), and the Na’vi clan they’ve.
Disney will completely display screen the teaser for “Avatar: The Approach of Water” in theaters beginning Might 2 as a part of previews for “Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity.”
Cameron has been discussing an “Avatar” sequel for the reason that unique film opened in 2009 and have become the highest-grossing film of all time (that’s, till “Avengers: Endgame” gained the title in 2019.)
Since then, “The Approach of Water” has had quite a few launch date modifications. Initially, it was supposed to come back out in 2014.
“Avatar: The Approach of Water” can be launched in theaters on December 16.