When Avatar arrived in 2009, it blew individuals’s minds – James Cameron’s bioluminescent imaginative and prescient conjuring a complete new cinematic world that audiences couldn’t get sufficient of. And now, over a decade later, he’s able to take us all again to Pandora as soon as extra for the primary of 4 deliberate sequels, Avatar: The Method Of Water. The movie’s trailer has been taking part in completely in cinemas for the previous few days in entrance of Physician Unusual In The Multiverse Of Insanity, however now it’s been launched on-line for us to bask within the blue glow of the alien planet, its gangly Na’vi, and people crystal-clear oceans. Watch it right here:
It’s a refreshingly bombast-free trailer – for all of the epic scope of Cameron’s canvas and his multi-movie plan for what comes subsequent, this teaser merely serves as a reintroduction to the gorgeous world introduced within the first movie. Gentle on each dialogue and plot, that is all about environment, and it delivers lots on that. It additionally, as per the sequel’s title, sends us diving head-first into the seas of Pandora for the primary time, with aquatic motion, curious creatures, and the promise of battles set in opposition to the massive blue. There are glimpses, too, of Sam Worthington’s returning Jake Sully and Zoe Saldana’s Neytiri – now dad and mom to a bunch of children who they’ll be combating to maintain secure. And as with the final movie, there’s flawless CGI, photoreal digital landscapes, and a breathless creativeness on show.
Right here’s the official synopsis: “Set greater than a decade after the occasions of the primary movie, Avatar: The Method Of Water begins to inform the story of the Sully household (Jake, Neytiri, and their children), the difficulty that follows them, the lengths they go to maintain one another secure, the battles they struggle to remain alive, and the tragedies they endure.” Try the primary poster right here.
With its oceanic setting, household focus, and epic sci-fi trappings, it would simply be probably the most James Cameron film ever made – who’s prepared for Avatar meets Titanic meets The Abyss? Having already delivered two of the best sci-fi sequels of all time in Aliens and Terminator 2, right here’s hoping the legendary filmmaker has a 3rd all-timer of a Half 2 up his sleeve. We’ll discover out when Avatar: The Method Of Water hits UK cinemas on 16 December.