Filmmaker James Cameron is taken fans back to his visually hypnotic world of Pandora in preparation for the release of the sequel to his epic Avatar, which was the highest-grossing film of all time when it was released in 2009.
There are a lot of talks going on about the success of Avatar: The Way of Water, which will reportedly cost more than USD 350 million to make. It will release 13 years after the first Avatar Film, which made USD 2.9 billion around the world, and there are plans for additional Avatar films to be made.
Cameron said it was a sign of relief. We have been looking for this part for a considerable amount of time, and since we have started putting it out for people to see, the response has been very positive so far.
In the Way of Water, which is set more than a decade after the first movie, and takes place during the conflict between human colonists and Pandora’s blue Na’vi people over the moon’s natural resources, the main characters, Jake Sully and Neytiri, are now the parents of five children.
Their peaceful existence in the jungle is shattered when the Sky People, the Na’vi for humans, arrive back on the screen for the attention of capturing sully.
The family of the Sully, Neytiri, and their children run away to the distant region, where they hope to find sanctuary with the Metkayina clan of the ocean.
In addition, they have a short span of time to become proficient in the ways of the water in order to survive the upcoming danger posed by their enemy.