Hollywood graphical extravaganza, Avatar-The Way of Water is gearing up for a theatrical release on December 16th across the globe. Especially, the craze for Avatar-The way of Water is beyond imagination in India. As the 2009 released Avatar went on to become a huge success, the expectations on the installment are sky-high among trade circles also.
The bookings for the film opened a few days back in all leading multiplex chains in India. Bookings trend indicate that though the advance bookings for Avatar 25 are good there are no where near the earth shattering expectations. Reportedly, the advance scales are no more closer to the recent years big releases. Surely, something is missing, opinion trade circles as well. Will there be any improvement in the advance bookings for Avatar in the next few days? Remains to be seen.
A few weeks back Avatar: The Way of Water promotional trailer is released and hints that the film deals with a decade after events from what we have seen in the first part. The promo revolves around the Sully family consisting of Jake, Neytiri, and their kids. What will the Sully family do to safeguard their people? What kind of underwater battles will Jake and Neytiri do to be alive and fight for their existence, likely to be a crucial crux.
This creative genius James Cameron’s cinematic brilliance is produced by Cameron and Jon Landau. Avatar-The Way of Water stars Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement and Kate Winslet in key roles.