The first trailer for James Cameron directed Avatar 2, officially titled Avatar: The Way of Water was out on May 5th in the United Kingdom and is shown in theatres before Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness screenings, out in the UK on Thursday (5 May).
With the release of the trailer, people didn’t really get many ideas about the movie but there are a few points clearly indicate the overall outline of the movie.
Nature’s gonna be a part of Avatar
From the title of the film, it’s clear that water’s going to be there in the movie. Not only that, the cast of Avatar 2 has already revealed a few of the filming conditions that there’s going to be a lot of water in this film.
Pandora’s aquatic regions are featured majorly in the trailer, so it’s a great thing that the water looks as good as it does. Even when we know it’s clearly CGI, there’s a beautiful realism to the watery environments as shown in the trailer of Avatar: The Way of Water.
Just because its title is related to water doesn’t mean, we’ll have to see water all the time. Through the trailer, Cameron’s Avatar 2 also provided a glimpse of a number of other environments, that includes various locations that were previously offered by the original Avatar.
Is 3D Revolution Coming?
The original Avatar was acknowledged for its CGI graphics. This is why it’s important to be than your previous self. In terms of CGI, The Way of Water looks to have taken huge strides forward, with the environments, lighting and detail on the characters all hugely impressive here.
This could all change with Avatar: The Way of Water, however, The trailer, which debuted in 3D, makes smart use of catchy and immersive visual possibilities. If anything is able to reignite cinema’s 3D revolution, it’s the immersive spectacle of Pandora.
The Hollywood Reporter said that delegates at CinemaCon in Las Vegas were amazed by the impressive 3D of the movie along with the high frame rate, which 20th Century Fox and Disney will be handling across the globe when the movie finally hits multiplexes in December.
Avatar: The Way of Water is out in cinemas on 16 December.