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Avatar 3 Reportedly Flips the Script With Na’vi as Villains – ‘Ash People’ To Replace Avatar 2’s ‘Reef People’

Avatar 3 Reportedly Flips the Script With Na'vi as Villains - 'Ash People' To Replace Avatar 2's 'Reef People'

Avatar: The Way of Water is a movie that has raised the bar in terms of cinematic experience for movie-goers with stunning visuals beautifully knitted with a decent storyline following the steps of its predecessor Avatar released in 2009 both directed by the magnanimous James Cameron. The sequel Avatar: The Way of Water dives deep into Pandora with captivating visuals only James Cameron could pull off. The movie also introduces the villain, an avatar Na’vi version of the previously deceased Colonel Miles Quaritch.

With the release of Avatar 2 fans are already eagerly waiting for its sequel as the director James Cameron already has shot a few scenes for the upcoming sequels. James Cameron has given a bite of the plot as went on to confirm a flip in the script with Na’vi turning into villains and more.

Avatar 2 thrives in its epic storytelling
Avatar 2 brings the Metkayina to the centerfold of the film’s narrative

James Cameron Reveals Plot Details From Avatar 3

Avatar: The Way of Water has already surpassed expectations of a great cinematic experience justifying the long await since the first release back in 2009. The movie went deep into the ocean this time instead of the forest introducing us to different Na’vi tribes this time. While the run-time of 3 hours and 12 minutes might seem a tad bit longer for us being accustomed to one-minute reels, the visuals have made it worth the duration.

In an interview, the director shares a piece of the next movie to the franchise with a major twist and more. Cameron talks about sharing Na’avi from other angles as he feels so far they have only been shown in a good light. He expresses his want to show cultures differently from what he has shown already.

James Cameron shared,“The fire will be represented by the ‘Ash People.’ I want to reveal the Na’vi from another angle because, for the moment, I have only shown their good sides. In the early films, there are very negative human examples and very positive Na’vi examples. In Avatar 3, we’ll have the opposite.”

Avatar 2 shoot underwater
Avatar 2’s underwater shoot with James Cameron

Cameron also spoke about his plans for the future movies in this franchise as he expressed he wants to explore new universes whilst letting the ongoing main characters grow. He talks about how the prequels were a mere beginning as the sequels will be far more exciting and enticing.

James Cameron said,“We will also explore new universes while continuing the story of the main characters. I can say that the last parts will be the best. The others were an introduction, a way to set the table before serving the meal. But, obviously, everything will depend on how Avatar 2 will be received, if it will find its audience.”

The director’s initial stint with the Pandora universe went on to be a massive hit with the first movie of the franchise still keeping its place as the highest-grossing movie of all time. Fans can hope to see the sequels a notch higher than their predecessors.

Also read: “I’m definitely better”: Avatar 2 Star Kate Winslet Trolls Tom Cruise After She Broke His Mission: Impossible 5 Underwater Record

Avatar 2 on the Verge to Become the Biggest Movie of 2022

Avatar: The Way of Water within less than a month of its release globally has already surpassed the likes of The Batman, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and Thor: Love and Thunder with the movie already making a business of over $1.3B globally becoming the sixth fastest movie in the history to reach the billion figure mark in just fourteen days.

Zoe Saldana from Avatar
Zoe Saldana from Avatar

Director James Cameron thanks the actors in the movie for doing justice to their roles as he goes on to say that the film would have been nothing without the actors. Fans, on the other hand, have been praising the makers of the movie for creating a movie of such high caliber. While the storyline of the sequel has received mixed reviews, people are nonetheless delighted with the universe it immerses us in believing the movie has set a benchmark for the future of movies.

Avatar: The way of Water is currently playing in theatres worldwide.

Also read: ‘Avatar 2 not winning this award would be Oscar robbery’: Internet Demands James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water Beat Black Panther 2 for Best Visual Effects

Source: 20 minutes

Written by Rupam Basak

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