Overlook “the legendary floating mountains of Pandora,” as a xenoanthropologist named Norm as soon as referred to as them. “The Approach of Water” will discover the oceanic facet of Pandora, which guarantees to be much more floaty, just like the sewers of Derry, Maine. The Na’vi, they “all float down right here. You may float, too.”
Or not? Glean what you’ll be able to from this new trailer, of us. If we’re being trustworthy, the film information cycle strikes so shortly and even large information will get buried so quick now that I utterly missed the first full trailer for “The Approach of Water” earlier this month. Or perhaps I noticed that it dropped, however did not care sufficient to observe it, after which simply plum forgot about it. I am undecided if that is a touch to how different moviegoers may reply to “The Approach of Water,” or if it is simply indicative of my very own willful ignorance of all issues “Avatar”-related.
Filmed in native 3D, the primary “Avatar” was speculated to be the blockbuster that modified every thing, making films extra immersive and interactive, and for a time, it did set off a muddy wave of post-converted 3D movies. Folks likened it to a theme park trip, not not like how Martin Scorsese has characterized superhero movies, and personally, I feel “Avatar” makes a greater theme park land at Disney World than an everlasting movie traditional worthy of a number of sequels. I might sooner revisit Pandora – The World of Avatar in Florida than rewatch the primary “Avatar” or dedicate one other three hours of my life to watching its sequel.
However that is simply me! And I am in all probability very a lot within the minority. “Do not wager towards James Cameron,” yada, yada.
“Avatar: The Approach of Water” is in theaters solely on December 16, 2022.