Avatar: The Way of Water’s first trailer invites you to come back


Avatar: The Way of the WaterThe first trailer for is finally here, and, strangely, it packs a remarkable amount of heat.

The last time we saw Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) in the first Avatar, he had more or less become the savior of the Na’vi after being adopted into their tribe, forgiven for being a human spy, and finally deciding to side with the aliens in their fight against humanity to save Pandora. By transferring his consciousness into the body of his human/Na’vi hybrid avatar, Jake was able to start a new life on Pandora – whose atmosphere is toxic to humans – alongside his chosen Na’vi companion, Neytiri (Zoe Saldana).

As Jake and Neytiri return to The way of the waterthe first trailer for, this time around, it’s not just the two. Between the first film and The way of the water, Jake and Neytiri had children, and there are a number of shots in the trailer drawing attention to how the growth of Na’vi families will be important to the film’s story. In addition to a Na’vi child, the trailer also features shots of Jake and Neytiri dealing with a seemingly human being who must wear a special mask to survive on the planet.

The presence of the human child raises questions about how Earth reacted to the Na’vi rebuffing its attempt to steal Pandora’s precious unobtanium, but the implication is that humanity has no could have been deterred in the end. Along with a slew of new looks at Pandora’s Metkayina coastal reefs, the trailer also highlights footage of Na’vi dressed in human-like combat gear and carrying guns, suggesting that humans have only doubled their use of avatars as weapons of war. .

Not clear as The way of the waterThe plot of is simply judging by the trailer, all the necessary elements for a story about the Na’vi forced to defend their homes against resource-hungry invaders – again – are here. For any other franchise, such a simple premise might not be enough to move people to theaters, but with all the hype Avatar: The Way of the Wateris built before release, it might do the trick.

Avatar: The Way of the Water hits theaters on December 16.


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