Avatar: The Way of Water, more commonly referred to as Avatar 2, is an upcoming epic science fiction film that will be directed by James Cameron and produced by 20th Century Studios in the United States of America.
It is the second installment in James Cameron’s Avatar film franchise, coming after the first film, Avatar (2009).
Cameron is producing the movie along with Jon Landau, and Josh Friedman was initially announced as Cameron’s co-writer; however, it was later announced that Cameron, Friedman, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, and Shane Salerno all took part in the writing process of all sequels before being attributed separate scripts.
- Sam Worthington
- Zoe Saldana
- Stephen Lang
- Giovanni Ribisi
- Joel David Moore
- Dileep Rao
- CCH Pounder
- Matt Gerald all reprise their roles from the first film, while Sigourney Weaver appears in the sequel but plays a different character.
There have been several recent additions to the cast, such as
- Kate Winslet
- Cliff Curtis
- Edie Falco
- Brendan Cowell
- Michelle Yeoh
- Jemaine Clement
- Oona Chaplin
- CJ Jones
- Vin Diesel.
Date of release for Avatar 2
Avatar 2, which had its original release date of December 2021 moved to December 2022 due to the continuing crisis in the world’s health care system, is eventually going to be made available to the public on December 16, 2022.
The filming of the sequel began in 2017, but given that the movie features a combination of live-action and motion capture sequences, it is not surprising that it has taken so long to complete. Cameron made the announcement in September 2020 that production on Avatar 2 was “100 percent complete,” while production on Avatar 3 was around 95 percent complete.
As was just said, Cameron announced in April 2022 that he is “putting the final touches” on the sequel, so it would appear that everything is proceeding as planned for the movie’s release in December. FINALLY.
Cameron has been hard at work on all four of our upcoming films over the past few years, given that we still have three more movies to release. Due to the young cast, he claimed in December 2021 that he had already filmed some of Avatar 4.
According to an interview he gave to Variety, “everything that had to be done with a certain actor, we performed all the sequences for 2 and 3 together – plus a little bit of 4.”
“It was necessary for me to kill the children. In the middle of the plot, on page 25 of movie 4, they are given permission to age by six years. I needed everything that came before then, and everything that comes after will have to wait till later.”
Avatar: The Way of Water is a sequel to Avatar that takes place more than a decade after the events of the original film and follows the journey of Jake Sully and Neytiri’s newfound family. In spite of Jake and Neytiri’s best attempts to keep their family together, an old danger rears its head, and as a result, they are forced to take their four children and run away to the territory inhabited by the Metkayina clan.
The storyline of Avatar: The Way of Water will be a fully-encapsulated, standalone narrative, just like the plots of the other sequels. However, it will also be a component of a meta-narrative that spans Avatar: The Way of Water, Avatar 3, 4, and 5 as a whole.
Avatar 2: What’s taking so much longer than expected?
Here is the complete account of how the sequel finally made its way to the big screen after an arduous and drawn-out process. When I think about it now, the fact that the release of Avatar 2 was supposed to take place in December 2014 and that the release of Avatar 3 was supposed to take place in December 2015 seems almost insane.
Following a number of setbacks, production on Avatar 2 was scheduled to begin in April 2016, however, April came and went without production getting underway. It was announced in January of the next year that production on the motion-capture aspect of the picture would begin in August of 2017, but in reality, it did not begin until September of that year.
The whole thing was pushed back once it was revealed that there will be a fourth Avatar movie, and then it was put back again after it was revealed that Avatar 2 would not be released until December 2017 at the earliest (and the rest set for 2018 and 2019 presumably). James Cameron stated that the delays were the result of the “extremely extensive” writing process.
The second postponement of Avatar 2 occurred in January 2017, with the presumption being that the studio froze in fear after hearing that Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be moved from May to December 2017.
After then, the release date of the sequel was originally scheduled for December 2020; but, after finishing its acquisition of Fox, Disney moved it once more, this time to December 2021; which gets us right up to the most recent postponement.
Cameron, on the other hand, has maintained a very laid-back attitude about any delays that have occurred. “There was a seven-year gap between The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” he remarked, “just like there was a seven-year gap between Alien and Aliens.”