Zoe Saldaña explains why the release of Avatar 2 could upset the audience. The actress first played Princess Na’vi Neytiri in James Cameron’s 2009 Avatar.
The film tells the simple but focused story of Jake Sully (Sam Worthington), a disabled sailor who retreats to Pandora and falls in love with Neytiri.
In addition to receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, Avatar has become a pop culture phenomenon and the highest grossing film of all time due in large part to its innovative special effects and use of 3D.
Despite the fact that director Cameron is planning four sequels, the public has not seen anything from Pandora on the big screen for more than a decade. Two of these sequels have already been filmed, the first to appear on December 16, 2022, and the second is currently scheduled for release on December 20, 2024.
Last week, at CinemaCon, Disney unveiled its first trailer again, entitled Avatar: The Way of Water, a film that promises to push the boundaries of technology with the help of extraordinary underwater scenes.
Avatar 2, eagerly awaited by James Cameron fans
Avatar 2 is definitely one of the most anticipated projects of the year. Saldaña, whose career in the niche of SF has grown exponentially since the first film, shared her feelings about the upcoming release of Avatar 2. Saldaña spoke to EW about Avatar: The Way of Water.
“It is interesting; It makes your nerves pound. It makes you feel humble in front of him – the wait is finally over. And now we can share something we love so much with so many people who we know have the same passions and interests, “said the actress.
The trailer is largely devoid of dialogue, relying on the classic lush, underwater images in the tropics. The only line that sounds like this sounds like this: “I know one thing for sure, wherever we go, this family is our fortress,” the voice says, as several images of pregnant Na’vi appear.
This is largely in line with what James Cameron said about Avatar: The Way of Water at one point.
As previously mentioned, Avatar: The Way of Water will finally hit theaters on December 16, 2022.