James Cameron shows scenes of ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ at Disney event


Los Angeles, Sep 11 (IANS) During its show at the D23 Expo, twentieth Century Studios dropped a significant shock on fans by uncovering a few scenes from ‘Symbol: The Way of Water’, James Cameron’s second portion of his epic science fiction establishment. It likewise showed another trailer.

The film is set for a December 16 delivery in theaters, reports Deadline.


The scenes, which were in 3D, were displayed for participants on two colossal screens in the fundamental Anaheim Convention Center room where the studio’s introductions with Disney kin Marvel and Lucasfilm were held.

One scene showed the Nav’i swimming submerged. Another is a young person saying he needs to be not the same as his dad.

Furthermore, there were scenes of a prisoner circumstance of some sort, with battle in the forest around evening time. One more second showed a close to home discussion between Sam Worthington’s and Zoe Saldana’s characters. An ancestral pioneer tells more youthful Nav’i that war is terrible.

A spin-off of 2009’s Avatar, the content comes from Cameron and Josh Friedman, with Worthington and Saldana featuring close by Michelle Yeoh, Kate Winslet, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Oona Chaplin and that’s just the beginning.

Cameron joined the show today essentially from New Zealand, where he is completing the film and working in a “pretty chaotic” five-year creation cycle on the second, third and fourth portions of the series.

“It’s going perfectly and the stuff rolling in from Weta is looking dynamite,” Cameron told the group. “I’m really eager to be at last wrapping up film 2. I know everybody’s been holding up quite a while. Ideally, we’ll show something today and you can choose if it’s been worth the effort.”

Worthington and Saldana are guardians in the new film. “The entire film manages safeguarding family. We’ve all gone through Covid and understood that affection and being with family is fundamental to what life is and it merits battling for. We put that in the film,” Worthington said in front of an audience.

Cameron likewise said they remastered Avatar for an entirely different age of film fans “who never got to see it in a cinema. That will be the drumroll and help individuals to remember the story.”