James Cameron’s eagerly anticipated Avatar: The Way of Water has received its first online reviews, and critics have praised the director’s expansive vision and emotionally resonant storytelling without exception. Avatar: The Way of Water, a movie that director James Cameron has been working on for 13 years, made its world premiere on Tuesday in London.
At the same time, a press screening was held, allowing for early reviews to be shared with the public. Beyond the rumoured $500 million that Cameron reportedly invested in it, a lot depends on the movie’s performance, including the continuation of his franchise. The Way of Water has received almost universal acclaim from critics who have had a chance to view it, and the director would be relieved to know that.
The new adventure, which is set more than ten years after the first movie, will send Jake and his family through areas of Pandora that have never been explored by viewers in the search for safety. The RDA has increased its mining operations on the planet, so they are looking for a way to protect their family while also defending themselves from the advancing danger. The franchise is moving to a new, aquatic region, and the trailers so far have shown some absolutely breathtaking vistas. A cast brimming with new and returning talent is appropriate for the revival of a film this revolutionary.
Viewers applauded the film’s stunning aesthetics and compelling story. The events of 2009’s Avatar, which has earned over $2.9 billion worldwide at the box office, are continued in The Way of Water. Cameron has stated that in order for the franchise to continue into the third movie, which has already been shot, The Way of Water must succeed and by succeed, he means that it needs to gross close to $2 billion globally. He originally intended to make five films, but those won’t get the go-ahead unless films two and three are a success. On December 16, Avatar: The Way of Water hits theatres.