Even weeks after its theatrical debut, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water is still in the news. With $2.13 billion in ticket sales, the movie is now the fourth-highest-grossing movie of all time. Cameron previously revealed that he had already completed filming for Avatar 3 and Avatar 4.
Additionally, the filmmaker hinted that Avatar 5 might be on the horizon. In a recent interview, producer Jon Landau revealed some intriguing information about the Na’vi world in the follow-up. To learn more, keep reading.
The movie has also done remarkably well in India, where it has already made 335 crores rupees. India, which is presently the sixth-largest contributor, has continuously been among the top-performing territories for the movie, outpacing traditionally larger markets like the United Kingdom, Japan, Mexico, and Australia. India outperforms even China in terms of viewership, coming in second only to North America with a total of roughly 15 million tickets sold thus far.
The relationship between Avatar 3 and Charlie Chaplin is revealed by Jon Landau
Avatar 3 will include a new race of Na’vi, who would play adversaries in the film, producer Jon Landau revealed in a recent interview with Empire magazine. Oona Chaplin, Charlie Chaplin‘s granddaughter and a former Game of Thrones cast member, will play Varang, the leader of this race of people known as the Ash People, who Empire described as a “aggressive and volcanic” tribe.
There are nice humans and there are wicked humans, Landau observed in reference to the same. The Na’vi side experiences the same issue. People frequently do not view themselves negatively. What is the fundamental reason why they develop into what we consider to be negative? Perhaps there are additional elements present that we are unaware of.
On James Cameron and Avatar, Oona Chaplin
It should be noted that while Oona Chaplin’s involvement in Avatar 3 has long been rumoured, this is the first time an official confirmation has been made. Because James Cameron used high-budget filmmaking to examine significant topics like people’s interactions with one another, nature, the spirit, and themselves, Oona Chaplin referred to the 2018 film Avatar as “Trojan horse cinema” in her assessment.
Avatar 4 will have a significant change that will prepare the audience for Avatar 5, which Landau stated will be partially set on Earth.