Directed again by James Cameron, Avatar: The Water Sense marks the first return to Pandora in more than 13 years and brings new trailer to make us see that the wait has been worth it.
The movie It will continue the stories of Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) as they try to keep their family together after the appearance of a new threat. As already made clear in the original trailer of the sequelAvatar 2 will change the dense jungle environment of the original film for a more oceanic one.
Well, with a budget of 250 million dollars, avatar 2 is one of the most expensive movies of all time, and you can see that money has been well spent in the material they have released: a new trailer that It will leave us with our mouths open.
This one also shows more underwater footage from the film, including additional shots of the vast array of life on Pandora.
Avatar: The Sense of Water launches a new trailer that leaves us speechless
The first Avatar film was praised for its impressive world building, with Pandora as an incredible jungle ecosystem of flora and fauna.
Avatar: The water sense seems to gonna take this world building to a whole new levelsince the trailers not only announce the visual improvements of the sequel, but also demonstrate that what was seen in the first movie was just a drop in the bucket when it comes to Pandora.
In addition, and with the introduction of the Metkayina clan, the public will not only be able to explore new regions of Pandora that did not appear in the original version of Avatar, but also see the different dynamics among Na’vi tribes.
There are still many questions about Avatar: The Shape of Water and its many new characters, but obviously we’ll have to wait for its release on December 16, 2022.
For the most fanatical, note that three additional films have already been set to continue the series. Avatar 3 is tentatively scheduled for December 20, 2024, Avatar 4 for December 18, 2026, and Avatar 5 for December 22, 2028.