On April 27, 2022, the teaser trailer debuted at Cinema, along with the title Avatar 2. It isn’t yet available online, but it should be by early May, just in time for the sequel’s long-awaited December 2022 release in theatres.
The first sequel to James Cameron’s Avatar franchise has been in theatres for over a decade, and fans eagerly await the next instalment. The Avatar franchise has four planned sequels, and the sequel is expected to be released soon despite significant delays caused by both pre-lockdown and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The most recent postponement of Avatar 2 occurred in July 2022, and it appears that the sequel will finally hit theatres next year, allowing fans to return to the beautiful world of Pandora.
Other Avatar sequels are also in the works, but they will most likely take years to complete. Let’s focus on getting excited for the sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water, for the time being, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
Avatar: The Way of Water will ultimately be released in cinemas on December 16, 2022, after being pushed back from December 2021 to December 16, 2022. The release date for Aquaman 2 was initially set for March 17, 2023, but Warner Bros. made it back to March 17, 2023.
When asked about Avatar 2 release date in theatres in 2022 during a March 3, 2022 interview with THR, 20th Century Studios leader Mr. Steve Asbell replied, “Yes.”
He went on to say that the movie will “amaze people” and that audiences will be “unprepared for what Jim [Cameron] does.” Even though it has been a long time since the first Avatar film, Asbell believes the marketing team will be able to re-energize audiences.
Cameron announced in September 2020 that Avatar 2 was “100% complete” and Avatar 3 was “about 95 percent complete.” Cameron is most likely referring to the live-action filming in New Zealand rather than the final product.
Avatar: The Way of Water, like the first film, necessitates a significant amount of virtual production and visual effects, which explains why the release date was pushed back to 2022.