Avatar returns to theaters, once again, in September. As promised, in time to build hype for the second Avatar movie in 13 years, Avatar: The Way of Water. On Tuesday, Disney announced that James Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi epic – the biggest movie of all time, having grossed over $2.847 billion (roughly Rs. 22,753 crore) across multiple theatrical releases – will be released on September 23 in India, US, UK and worldwide. The American entertainment giant said that Avatar would be available in 4K HDR, with Disney India echoing those words. Gadgets 360 has contacted PVR, INOX and Cinepolis for clarification on the number of 4K HDR screens they have in India.
Meanwhile, Disney unveiled a new poster and trailer for Avatar4K HDR reissue of. While the new 90 seconds Avatar The trailer is unfortunately not available in 4K, it reveals that – the film is old, given the dated and half-convincing VFX – Avatar will be available in 3D and “all formats”. The latter naturally refers to IMAX 3D, RealD 3D and any other theatrical (3D) projection options available in your area. As you may recall, Cameron took a big leap forward for 3D with Avatarin 2009. While not everyone is as enamored with 3D today, Cameron continues to vouch for 3D as a more immersive experience. This should continue with the rest of Cameron’s Avatar movies.
Avatar 2022 Re-release Trailer
Written and directed by Cameron, Avatar starred Sam Worthington as disabled former sailor Jake Sully who joins the Avatar program, Zoe Saldaña as Neytiri, the daughter of the leaders of the Na’vi Omaticaya clan, Stephen Lang as the head of mining operations , Colonel Miles Quaritch, Michelle Rodriguez as Avatar Program combat pilot Trudy Chacón, and Sigourney Weaver as the Avatar Program’s chief exobiologist, Dr. Grace Augustine.
In addition to being the first film to gross over $2 billion at the time, Avatar also won three Academy Awards: Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Visual Effects. AvatarCameron’s worldwide gross was briefly overtaken by Avengers: Endgame, but a Chinese re-release during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic saw Cameron’s film reclaim the top spot in March 2021.
Avatar is back in theaters on September 23 in India and around the world. Avatar: The Way of Water will follow on December 16.
Avatar 4K HDR Reissue Poster