The film’s post-production, which started in 2020, shortly after filming was over.
Producer Jon Landau posted a photo of himself and the film’s crew.
The sequel is now assuredly on track to open in theatres throughout the world
After a nearly six-year journey, Avatar: The Way of Water’s final phase of production is complete, and the sequel is now assuredly on track to open in theatres throughout the world. The film’s post-production, which started in 2020, shortly after filming was over, has finally been completed, according to ace producer Jon Landau, who also produced the 2009 version of the movie.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Landau posted a photo of himself and the film’s massive post-production team who are seen proudly expressing their well-deserved sense of achievement with big smiles and pumped fists. Director, James Cameron is seen holding up a giant bottle of champagne in what was clearly a big celebratory moment for all involved. “Congratulations to the entire Avatar: The Way of Water family,” Landau captioned the photo. “Yesterday we completed our final mix and picture mastering and I snapped this picture of our post-finishing team. I am thankful to every one of you for your contributions to the film.”
Cameron’s close friend and Academy Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Cabinet of Curiosities) also praised the crew for their hard work. Del Toro praised the sequel in his response to Landau’s tweet, calling it “a remarkable accomplishment, choked with “epic, epic scale emotions and beautiful Vistas. A master in the height of his abilities.”
About 13 years ago, when Avatar was published, it made history in Hollywood for its creative use of technology, particularly 3D, which gave viewers a really immersive and breathtaking experience. Cameron got three Academy Awards, including one for Best Cinematography, for his superb depiction of the peaceful exoplanetary moon of Pandora. The first movie undoubtedly set the bar for the follow-ups, and with The Way of Water having a much larger production budget and taking a lot longer to make, expectations are high for what it will provide.
We are all eager to fully immerse ourselves in Pandora’s waters when the film debuts in theatres on December 16. Several teasers and behind-the-scenes clips have teased an experience that will be worth the wait. Ten years after the events of Avatar, the tale will start up in The Way of Water, which will examine family dynamics in the midst of an impending battle that once more imperils their life. Now that Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaa) have parents, they must use their parental instincts to defend their lineage and finally defeat the unrelenting foe.
Returning characters in The Way of Water include Stephen Lang, Sigourney Weaver, CCH Pounder, and Dileep Rao, among others. The Metkayina, who live on the reef, will be a new tribe introduced in the film, expanding the cast to include even more well-known actors like Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh, Jemaine Clement, Oona Chaplin, Vin Diesel, and others. The movie faces a significant challenge if it is to replicate the box office success of its predecessor, but everything is going well for Cameron and his crew. In addition to receiving the highly sought-after China release, a Fandango survey finds that the film is the most eagerly awaited by Gen Zs.
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