Avatar: The Way of Water is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated films and it’s been nearly 13 years since James Cameron released Avatar which was simply a visual spectacle. While there has been a lot of anticipation since its announcement, the audience is eagerly waiting for the film’s trailer.
But, it seems the wait is finally over and the makers of Avatar 2 are all set to release the trailer on November 2 on the show Good Morning America.
Interestingly, Cameron has spent the last decade developing plans for the franchise's future, which include four sequels, two of which are already completely filmed.
As per the reports, the first of Avatar's four sequels arrive later this year, as Avatar: The Way of Water debuts in December in theatres. The upcoming film will put James Cameron behind the camera and Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, and Stephen Lang will be seen reprising their roles.
Earlier this year, Disney debuted the first trailer for James Cameron's much-anticipated blockbuster sequel and for obvious reasons, the internet was mighty impressed with the film’s incredible visual effects. While the teaser only gave the viewers a tease of the paramount story in the sequel and confirmed that Avatar 2 will introduce another colony of Na'vi on Pandora.
The buzz is that the story revolves around Jake Sully and Neytiri's family. While much of this was teased in the first trailer, the teaser offered minimal dialogue and instead relied on the nostalgia of seeing Pandora again.
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