The first review of Avatar: The Way of Water has arrived – courtesy of Gullermo del Toro.
There’s just two weeks until James Cameron unveils the sequel, which is his first film since avatar was published 13 years ago,
The film is ranked as one of the top three most expensive films of all time and has kept Cameron busy due to the painstaking development of new technology required to pull off the film’s extensive underwater sequences.
With so much money The way of the waterDisney – which acquired the film’s original distributor, Fox, in 2019 – is hoping it actually turns out well.
Well loud Pan’s Labyrinth and The shape of the water Director del Toro, it’s a marvel to be seen on the biggest screen possible.
In fact, Spanish filmmaker del Toro called Avatar: The Way of Water “an amazing achievement” after seeing the film last month.
“It’s brimming with majestic views and emotion on an epic, epic scale,” he tweeted, calling Cameron “a master at the peak of his powers.”
The film’s running time is three hours and 10 minutes, which is more than 30 minutes longer than the first Avatar film.
It will tell the story of the Sully family, beginning with “the hardships that follow them, the lengths they go to to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive and the tragedies that… they have to endure”.
The way of the water is the first of four planned Avatar sequels that Cameron will release every two years until 2028.
It will be in cinemas – in 3D – on December 16th.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/avatar-way-of-water-reviews-release-date-b2238193.html Avatar: The Way of Water first review rolls in – by Guillermo del Toro