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The sequel to “Avatar” already has a title and release date: December 16

Disney confirmed this Wednesday the release date of the sequel to “Avatar”, directed by James Cameron, which will hit theaters on December 16 under the title “Avatar: The Way of Water”.

The studio released the first trailer for the long-awaited film at the CinemaCon conference in Las Vegas, although the public will not be able to see it until May 6, when it will be screened exclusively in theaters before Marvel’s new “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”.

A week later, the studio will release the trailer online.

Disney has been raising expectations for several years for the continuation of “Avatar”, a film released in 2009 that still remains the highest grossing film in history with almost 2.9 billion dollars raised.

To warm up engines, the original film will be screened again in theaters around the world on September 23.

On “Avatar: The Way of Water”Cameron indicated that it is shot with state-of-the-art technology, 3D “with better resolution” and “more realistic visual effects”.

I wanted our return to Pandora to be something really special. Every shot is designed for the biggest screen, highest resolution, and most immersive 3D available. And I think we made it”, assured the filmmaker in a recorded message from New Zealand, where he is finalizing the details of the launch.

The sequel to “Avatar” takes place primarily in the ocean, where protagonists Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) raise their children and live in a world at war.

“Avatar: The Way of Water” It will not be the only film that returns to the Pandora universe, as Cameron is preparing three other films. In fact, more than a year ago he claimed that he had completed the filming of “Avatar 3” by 95%, despite the fact that its premiere is not scheduled until 2024.

Following that two-year gap between each film and under the condition that the public respond positively, there are plans to make “Avatar 4” and “Avatar 5”, which would be presented in December 2026 and December 2028, respectively.

According to the producer of these films, Jon Landau, each installment of “Avatar” will be independent and will close its plot, although “seen as a whole they will be part of an epic saga.”

Source: Elcomercio

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