Avatar 2 is a fantasy film directed by James Cameron and starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver.
In James Cameron’s sci-fi sequel Avatar 2, Sam Worthington explores his new home planet Pandora on land and underwater with Zoe Saldana.
Avatar 2 (2022) Movie Info
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Original Language: English
Director: James Cameron
Producer: James Cameron, Jon Landau
Writer: James Cameron, Josh Friedman
Release Date (Theaters): Dec 16, 2022 wide
Production Co: Twentieth Century Fox, Lightstorm Entertainment, TSG Entertainment
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Avatar 2: The Way Of Water “New Trailer” (2022) Concept
Complete Storyline and information about Avatar 2
Storyline of Avatar 2
After most of the hostile humans have been driven off Pandora in Avatar – Departure to Pandora, peace returns to the previously threatened and nearly colonized indigenous people, the Na’vi. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) has now become one of them and, together with Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), dedicates himself to getting to know his new home better, because even after the occupiers have left, it is a place where he should always be on guard. Not only the rainforest still holds many surprises, but also the depths of Pandora’s Ocean are still completely unknown terrain for him.
Moreover, the chased human invaders are far from thinking of giving up just because they were defeated in a battle …
Background & Info on Avatar 2
Back in 2006, three years before the release of Avatar – Departure to Pandora, director James Cameron spoke of his hope to follow the film with two sequels. After the overwhelming success of his sci-fi blockbuster, which made Avatar the most financially successful film (in the U.S. and worldwide) at the time, this hope was confirmed with Avatar 2 and Avatar 3, and a third sequel (Avatar 4) was even announced in 2013. In 2016, the announced series was also expanded with Avatar 5.
In the process, the follow-up films were planned as back-to-back shoots in New Zealand. For the scripts of the different parts, Cameron hired as co-writers (in addition to himself) Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Josh Friedman and Shane Salerno. Initially, everyone met for seven months to go over each scene. Only then did the director assign each scribe to a film (Friedman to Avatar 2, Jaffa and Silver to Avatar 3, and Salerno to Avatar 4).
In addition, James Cameron, who had already ventured into the depths of the oceans for his documentaries The Ghosts of Titanic (2003) and Aliens of the Seas (2005), announced his intention to use footage from the lowest point on Earth – the Mariana Trench – for the underwater world of Pandora.
With Avatar already considered a trailblazer for the 3D boom, James Cameron also wanted to break new technical ground for the sequels. After Peter Jackson shot his three Hobbit films at 48 frames per second instead of the usual 24, James Cameron announced in 2011 that he would shoot Avatar 2 at up to 60 frames per second, which he hoped would provide greater fidelity to reality and better 3D.
The announced return of Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang caused speculation in the run-up to Avatar 2 because both characters had died in the first installment. (ES)