‘The Sense of Water’, the sequel to the film directed by James Cameron, hits theaters on December 16,
No doubt. One of the premieres of the year is Avatar: The Sense of Water. The sequel to Avatar, again with James Cameron behind the cameras, aims to be one of the highest-grossing films of 2022, although its own director knows that it could be a flop. But leaving aside how the movie will behave in theaters, one of the best directors has already seen avatar 2 Y, If you had doubts about the sequel, his comment will take them away in one fell swoop.
Guillermo del Toro, director of titles such as the shape of water Y The alley of lost soulshas shared his opinion on Twitter through avatar 2. The filmmaker has mentioned a comment from Jon Landau, producer of the film. “Congratulations to the whole family of Avatar: The sense of water. Yesterday we completed our last mix and mastering and I took this photo of our team after they finished. I am grateful to each of you for your contribution to the film.“.
To which Del Toro commented the following:
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Without a doubt, Del Toro’s words are a compliment and also a good way to increase -even more- the desire for the new adventure in Pandora. in the world of neytiri (Zoe Saldana) and Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) More than a decade has passed and the leading couple have started a family. Now they must face new threats.
If all goes according to plan, after Avatar: The Sense of Water will hit theaters avatar 3 (December 20, 2024), avatar 4 (December 18, 2026) and avatar 5 (December 22, 2028). Cameron, however, has already stated that if it doesn’t work out at the box office, he is prepared to end the saga early.
“The market could tell us that we are done in three months, or that we may be semi-finished. Which means: ‘Okay, let’s complete the story with the third movie and not go indefinitely if it’s not profitable…“he commented on Collider.
There’s not much time left to find out if people want more Avatar or not. On these lines, do not miss the trailer.
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