Avatar 2 First Images Reveal What James Cameron Has Spent 13 Years On [UPDATED]

Avatar 2 First Images Reveal What James Cameron Has Spent 13 Years On [UPDATED]

Four brand new images have arrived from James Cameron’s upcoming sequel Avatar: The Way of Water. The Avatar franchise has been slow to grow, despite beginning with one of the highest-grossing films of all time.

The original Avatar came to theaters in 2009 and landed at #1 on the all-time box office chart off the back of its groundbreaking visual effects, which brought to life the world of Pandora, the vibrant science fiction world inhabited by a blue alien race known as the Na’vi and whose habitat was threatened by the mining operations of Earthlings.

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Despite its massive success, it took 13 years for Cameron to complete his promised follow-up Avatar 2, which is officially coming to theaters on December 16, 2022.

The film will feature the return of many original Avatar performers reprising their roles, including Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, Dileep Rao, CCH Pounder, and Matt Gerald, with Sigourney Weaver coming back in a brand new role.

The cast has also added a heaping helping of new stars like Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Edie Falco, Brendan Cowell, Michelle Yeoh, Jemaine Clement, Oona Chaplin, Vin Diesel, and CJ Jones.

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The film will pick up more of less in real time, over a decade after the events of the original film, and follow the family that Jake Sully (in his Na’vi form) has built with his Na’vi life partner Neytiri.

Today, T2BLive.COM, which typically shares updates on upcoming Tollywood and Bollywood films, released four new images from Avatar: The Way of Water. Living up to the film’s title, the images mostly depict various Na’vi, both new and familiar, exploring the coastline of Pandora.

One underwater shot shows a Na’vi swimming with a giant underwater creature, the next shows a group of warriors feeling the tide with uncertainty, the third shows a familiar dragonlike creature, and the final image shows off a dramatic at-home scene. Check out the images below:

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James Cameron has made a habit of creating sequels that up the ante considerably from the original. The filmmaker has helmed Aliens, which added a swarm of Xenomorphs fighting a group of space marines in one of the most beloved action epics, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which expanded the mythology and action spectacle of the original Terminator beyond its scrappy sci-fi origins. Considering how huge Avatar started, it must certainly have been a challenge to push that even further, but it certainly looks like Cameron has done exactly that.

Now that Cameron has introduced audiences to Pandora and its inhabitants, it seems his instinct is to allow the characters to explore more and more remote parts of the planet that even they haven’t been before.

If the promised follow-ups to Avatar: The Way of Water can keep pushing further into scenic sci-fi vistas and wondrous creatures, Avatar 5 might just be one of the most mind-blowing experiences ever released to theaters. For now, though, Avatar fans are sure to be content with this oceanside adventure.

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