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Avatar The Way of Water's first reactions have finally arrived

Avatar The Way of Water’s first reactions have finally arrived

Avatar: Water Road It will finally bring us back to Pandora next week, and we now have our first reactions to whether it’s worth the 13-year wait.

The long-awaited premiere of the film took place tonight (December 6) in London and those lucky few who saw it took to social media to share their initial thoughts on James Cameron’s new film.

of between it digital spyA very special film editor, Ian Sandwell, who Wrote: “Unsurprisingly, Avatar: Water Road is a visual masterpiece with rich use of 3D and breathtaking vistas.

“It already suffers from a thin story and too many irreconcilable characters, yet James Cameron brings it together for an extraordinary finale full of emotion and exciting action.”

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But don’t just take our word for it — here’s a selection of other new reactions from the premiere, with verdicts ranging from ecstatic praise for the film’s “incredible,” to lukewarm responses saying “it doesn’t exceed expectations.”

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Set over a decade after the events of the first film, Avatar: Water Road See Sam Worthington Zoe Saldana Like Jake Sully and Neytiri, they are now parents who are doing their best to keep their family together.

When a dangerous enemy returns to Pandora, the Sullys are forced to leave their home and travel across Pandora to the Metkayina clan who live in harmony with the surroundings.

As Jake did in the first film, the Sullys must learn to navigate their dangerous new home and gain acceptance from the community in order to keep everyone safe.

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We already know that Avatar: Water Road Not the end of their story as three more films are planned. However, Cameron recently revealed that if the sequel isn’t a hit, then the series is It could end with the third movie.

“The market might tell us we’re done in three months, or we might be almost done, meaning: ‘Okay, let’s finish the story in the third movie, and not continue indefinitely, if it’s not profitable,'” he explained.

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With the complement to set Double the US opening of the first filmWe have a feeling Cameron has nothing to worry about.

Avatar: Water Road It hits cinemas on December 16th. You can watch it symbol picture Now on Disney +.