During their presentation at the D23 Expo on Saturday, 20th Century Studios unexpectedly revealed several scenes from A.vatar: path of water, the second installment in James Cameron’s epic sci-fi franchise. A new trailer was also shown.
The studio plans to release the film on December 16, 2022.
The scenes, which were in 3D, were shown to attendees on two huge screens in the main auditorium of the Anaheim Convention Center, where the studio held presentations with Disney siblings, Marvel and Lucasfilm.
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In one of the scenes, the Navi are swimming underwater. The other is a youth saying that he wanted to be different from his father. In addition, there were scenes of some kind of hostage situation, with a fight in the forest at night. Another scene shows an emotional conversation between the characters of Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana. And the leader of the tribe, telling the younger Navi that war is bad.
Followed by 2009 Avatarthe script comes from Cameron and Josh Friedman, starring Worthington and Saldana, along with Michelle Yeoh, Kate Winslet, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Oona Chaplin and more.
Cameron joined the presentation today practically from New Zealand, along with many of the cast, where he is finishing up the film, and said he is in the middle of a “rather hectic” five-year production run on the second, third and fourth films. serial releases. “Everything is going great and the material coming from Weta looks impressive,” Cameron told the crowd.
“I’m really excited to finally finish film 2,” he said. “I know that everyone has been waiting a long time. I hope we show something today and you can decide if it was worth it.”
Worthington and Saldana are parents in the new film. “The whole movie is about protecting the family. We have all been through Covid and realized that love and connection with family is paramount to life and worth fighting for. We put it in the movie,” Worthington said.
“We have updated Avatar the first film for a whole new generation of moviegoers who have never seen it in theaters,” Cameron said today. [A] Remastered 4K, 48 fps. It will be a drum roll and will remind people of the story.”