Avatar: The Way of Water | New Trailer

Avatar: The Way of Water | New Trailer

Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, “Avatar: The Way of Water” begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure.
Directed by James Cameron and produced by Cameron and Jon Landau, the Lightstorm Entertainment Production stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang and Kate Winslet. Screenplay by James Cameron & Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver. Story by James Cameron & Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver & Josh Friedman & Shane Salerno. David Valdes and Richard Baneham serve as the film’s executive producers.

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33 Responses

  1. JATY says:

    I was one of the first creature designers who worked on this film (worked on the flying fish/crocodile creatures, the whale creatures, and more with a bunch of other insanely talented people), and I just wanted to say thank you to all of you, the fans. Some of us who worked on the movies do take the time to read through the comments on the trailers, and seeing the overwhelmingly positive response from you all so far has made the YEARS of work that have gone into these films worth it for all of us. Truly, thank you. I’ll see you in the theater in December! 💙

  2. Мистер Огонёчек says:

    This is just GORGEOUS! Hats off to the CGI team!

    • Arbane's Sword of Agility says:

      Yeah but how come they only picked blue people to play the roles. Where’s the representation, where’s the diversity?

    • Zurround! 1000 says:

      I have a CHALLENGE for the CGI team. How about some program is instituted where an “exchange student” from Pandora is brought to visit Earth. Imagine the special effects of Navi in an Earth environment where what is around them is “real world” so to speak.

  3. Romantic Hindi Songs says:

    *I love that despite having been given multiple trailers, the plot doesn’t feel like it’s been given away. Sure, you can get the general idea but it still feels like there is so much to unpack and explore. I can’t wait for this, it’s going to be amazing!*

    • Zurround! 1000 says:

      @Idarece Don’t blame me, I have crappy middle aged eyesight and even I could tell that the Avatar had Steven Lang’s face and I read many magazine articles about it, so its public knowledge. Its not like I had special insider knowledge or saw the movie first.

    • Renenlilje says:

      The humans are back, jake drops off his children to some far away water na’vi tribe, and he fights the humans. the rest of the avatars are here too. jake and neytiri’s kids have romances. that’s all i can gather from the trailers so there HAS to be way more if its gonna be near 3 hours long. i truly hope so. cant wait for december

    • Idarece says:

      @Zurround! 1000 thanks for spoiling that to the rest of us who didnt pay much attention to what has been revealed thus far. now i know. smh

    • Zurround! 1000 says:

      NOT revealing too much of the plot in movies was done very well in the 1970s and most of the 1980s when I grew up. They made an art form about walking that delicate line of revealing just enough to arouse interest and curiosity but NOT revealing too much or spoiling the end. That is a LOST art, now they are lazy with previews and basically just show a condensed version of the movie. The only exception from my childhood was the ROCKY movies because the plots were so simple, generic and obvious that it was impossible to do a preview without basically showing the whole plot but who cared because Rocky was not about suspense anyway. They DID show that the villain from the first movie survived by being given an Avatar body. I already read that he would be back but damn, I would have loved for that to have been a surprise.

    • Bob Lazar says:

      Its going to be trash like the first one

  4. Jonathan J. says:

    Avatar was the very first 3D movie I’ve ever watched and I remember being absolutely gobsmacked with how just incredibly beautiful the movie was as how ridiculously well done the 3D effects were.

    Seeing that they made a sequel just brings back so much nostalgia and honestly I’d love to have that same experience all over again with it.

  5. David Emanuel Rosini says:

    I don’t know what impressed me more: The beautiful animation or the fact that a trailer didn’t spoil half of its movie

  6. valdor15 says:

    The first movie was the most incredible thing to happen to cinema in decades. Fullfiled the mission that all movies strive towards – to take us out of our own world and into theirs. It was a magical, joyful, painful, incredible, BEAUTIFUL adventure into a new world. I can’t wait to continue the journey!

  7. Rickyrodger says:

    Whether it will pay off monetarily is a question only time can answer, but this viewer can at the very least attest to it being an artistic triumph.

  8. Simon Mortensen says:

    I saw the sneak peak scene after the Avatar remastered Imax release. It was the most breathtaking visuals I’ve seen. It reminded me why people got excited by 3D in the first place. The sense of depth was immense when the screen reaches all the way to the ceiling and you have such crystal clear image quality. The dynamic high framerate looked great as well. Making some shots look very smooth while still keeping the cinematic feel in the dialogue scenes. Watch it in the biggest theater you can! I know I will.

    • Chris says:

      @Arbane’s Sword of Agility Haha… I swear if they interjected some pronouns into this movie I am going to be pissed…

  9. Tiago Catarino says:

    Only in theaters December 16th, hopefully with a higher resolution that the 1080p from this trailer! 😛
    I’m sure the Avatar channel could afford to upload in at least 4k right?

    Lovely trailer either way!

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