Why We Can Expect Avatar 2 To Be A Masterpiece

It should come as no surprise that James Cameron is quite passionate about his work. As can be seen from the first Avatar film, it took ten years for Cameron to complete the project since he needed to develop new filmmaking technologies in order to accurately realize the Pandora planet he had imagined. It should come as no surprise that Avatar became one of fantasy cinema’s most stunningly beautiful works of art.

The production of the film Avatar represented a true technological breakthrough. The film included cutting-edge special effects and 3D motion capture that had never been employed in a previous motion picture. This gave the movie an extremely realistic appearance, which increased the audience’ sense of immersion. 

The lengthy process of creating Avatar was well worth the wait, as the film went on to earn $2.84 billion at the international box office, making it one of the all-time top earners. Given that the original film took almost a decade to make, it is only fair that Cameron devotes the same amount of time to the sequel as he did to the first.

This raises the question: Are folks annoyed that the sequel isn’t coming out sooner? I seriously doubt it. A lot of effort and passion must be put into the making of a movie in order for it to be a masterpiece, which is what Cameron did with the first one. Jake Sully, played by Cameron, who lives on the world of Pandora with his new family, is the main character in Avatar: The Way Of Water.

Sully is now the clan’s head in the sequel, while Neytiri is the high priestess. When a recurring threat returns to finish what it began, their tranquility is disturbed, and Jake and the Na’vi race’s army must protect the planet.

Despite the fact that there will be three more sequels after this one, each film will be a standalone movie. In the sequel,  Jake will be forced to take his family to the reef where they encounter the Metkayina as a result of the RDA mining operation returning to Pandora.

Most of the actors from the first Avatar movie will reprise their role in the sequel, such as Sam Worthington (Jake Sully), Zoe Saldana (Neytiri), Stephen Lang (Colonel Miles Quaritch), Sigourney Weaver (Kiri), CCH Pounder (Mo’at) and Matt Gerald (Corporal Lyle Wainfleet). Avatar 2 will also feature new stars such as Kate Winslet who will play the role of Ronal in all the Avatar sequels and Edie Falco who will play General Admore. 

With the movie finally coming to theatres on the 15th of December 2022, it is evident that we are in to witness another high-rating blockbuster but the question is, can Avatar: The Way Of Water dethrone the first Avatar movie being the highest grossing film of all time? I guess we will just have to find out. 

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