Avatar: The Way of Water | Official Trailer

Avatar: The Way of Water | Official 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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27 Responses

  1. hecker says:

    The fact that they developed an entirely new motion capture software just for the underwater scenes in this movie is incredible! Can’t wait to see this! Nostalgia going to hit us again 🙂

  2. Максим Мельников says:

    If you never saw the first movie in theaters you have no idea how visually stunning this is truly going to be. A movie that must be seen in theaters to truly be appreciated.

  3. Ethan Harket says:

    This is what over a decade of hard work and dedication looks like! The fact that they developed an entirely new motion capture software just for the underwater scenes in this movie is incredible!

  4. 🎃𝑫𝒂𝒗𝒊𝒔 𝑺𝒕𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒏𝒔🎃 says:

    I watched the rerelease of Avatar and saw the 3 minute clip from the way of the water and the 3D effects are mind blowing. It surpasses the original in every aspect. Pandora didn’t just come to life, I was actually there!!!

  5. Hari N. says:

    I have been waiting close to 13 long years for the release of this movie and I can say I will not be disappointed. It looks stunning; everything about it from the visual, graphics, landscape. Mesmerizing 💙

    • Kevin Johnson says:

      @Hari N. I will gladly skip it. What irks me is the glowing praise for what is a giant videogame carefully designed to make as much money as humanly possible.
      Cameron the software designer deserves praise, but ever since he began the Avatar movies he’s no longer making movies

    • Tyler Wegner says:

      Honestly I agree with you. I really hope they nail it on the head with these upcoming films. They already have I believe 2 or three more coming out within the next decade but if this one flops you can assure that the next ones won’t be as popular. I love the world design of Pandora and its appeal. So hopefully the plot is good, they don’t insert any politics or view points for a checklist, the characters are well rounded. The villian has a reason, the heros have a purpose. Trailers can give you chills because they pick specific scenes but the movie is a whole nother ball park. Take video games, now uea there is a difference I understand that but just think in terms of that. They put out an insane trailer usually having it look beautiful but its also being used on a computer using few scenes to have less processing power running off of 4k, raytracing, and wver setting set on insane. But then the game drops and those who can’t use such tools find it very disappointing. That along with other things like lag, bugs, no mouth sycron.

      My point is just because the trailer is a bomb. Doesn’t mean all the elements used to make it a movie. People will remember films like there first one because it was new, brought something astounding to the table of film industries.

      In conclusion I also hope this film does insanely well, the trailer is a bomb and I got chills from some of the scenes. Let’s just hope it doesn’t flop.

    • MM02 says:

      @Shingo San he’s commented this multiple times under other chains, probably a troll

    • Hari N. says:

      @Kevin Johnson , you are free to skip this movie on premiere day. No one will force you to watch it.

    • Shingo San says:

      @Kevin Johnson you do not have to watch it


    We need more trailers like this. It doesn’t give everything away about its plot, it doesn’t try to be action-y or flashy, it just lets you be fascinated.

    • Me Hungy! says:

      The plot is humans are bad. Support the environment.

    • unbecoming2007 Truther says:

      LOL it’s pedowood. Every plot is the same. Humans r bad mmk. White males especially. All women are heroines in the end. This is essentially just a repeat of the first one. Some people are clueless and are easily distracted by shiny things tho. Sure it looks like visually stunning, but don’t ya ever want to get a unique and compelling story too ? Same woke template used in most movies nowadays. Everything woke turns to sh!t.

    • Ali says:

      *”THIS FALL”*

      *”GET READY”*


    • Vinicius Dugue says:

      Well thats because this movie can rely on visually stunning scenes.

    • Parabalani says:

      I actually got quite a lot about the plot from this trailer.

  7. Monnkey12 says:

    I feel like them holding onto these movies for as long as they did really helped polish it off and make this trilogy one of the greats

  8. Mr. Tony Stark says:

    The feeling is unexplainable. I got goosebumps from start to end . And the soundtrack is sooooo soothing at last.

  9. Matthew M says:

    I remember as a kid all of the hype around the original Avatar. With the recent re-releasing and upcoming sequel, God, it feels like I’ve been transported back to my childhood.

  10. Star Designer Music says:

    I grew up with the first movie in mind, seeing this made me cry, I honestly can’t believe it’s happening. This is going to be amazing, I can’t wait.

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