Avatar 2: The much-anticipated trailer for Avatar 2 was recently released, causing a massive fan frenzy. The film will be released on December 16th, with three additional sequels planned.
When the first teaser trailer for James Cameron’s sequel Avatar: The Way of Water was released online early Monday after playing exclusively in theaters over the weekend, it sparked a massive surge of anticipation.
Avatar 2 trailer response
Avatar 2 has been in the works for almost a decade. It’s one of the most time-consuming processes to develop and produce a film. The colossal USD 2.8 billion global box office receipts of Avatar in 2009, a record that stayed unbroken for a decade until the release of Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame, have heightened expectations.
The trailer for Avatar 2 transports us to Pandora, starring Zoe Saldana (Neytiri) and Sam Worthington (Jake). In the first 24 hours, the teaser received over 10 million views on Avatar’s official YouTube website.
Disney estimates that the video had 148 million views in the first 24 hours of its online release. These figures do not include those who attended the screening of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, where the teaser was initially shown.
There’s no other movie that fans want as badly as James Cameron’s Avatar 2. The sequel has been titled Avatar: The Way of Water, set for a December 16 release. Separately, Cameron has eyed as many as three more sequels set within his Avatar universe. In 2009, when the first Avatar came out, it pushed 3-D technology to newer heights.
13 years down the line, fans are hoping that Cameron pulls out another visual spectacle from his creative genius and changes filmmaking for another decade or so. In the light of Avatar 2 debuting its first footage, hoping to pull back the fans into his mystical world of Pandora, we analyze whether the sequel will actually be worth the wait or not.
Avatar 2 trailer response
Avatar 2 has been in the making for more than ten years. It is one of the longest periods for a movie to be conceptualized and executed. Given Avatar’s massive USD 2.8 billion global box office receipts in 2009, a record that remained untouched for a decade till the release of Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame, anticipation is sky-high.
The trailer of Avatar 2 takes us back to Pandora with the lead cast of Zoe Saldana (Neytiri) and Sam Worthington (Jake). The teaser clocked more than 10 million views on the official YouTube page of Avatar in the first 24 hours.
Disney claims that it has amassed a massive 148 million views in the first 24 hours of release on the internet. These numbers don’t factor in those in attendance to see Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness where the teaser was first attached for viewing.
Fans have rejoiced that the world of Pandora will be revisited through the vision of Cameron and his team. The ‘Avatar 2’ hashtag has been trending on Twitter since the teaser release, but it has not been able to match up to the record-breaking views that trailers of Avengers: Infinity War (230 million),
Avengers: Endgame (289 million), Spider-Man: No Way Home (355 million) and the recently released Thor: Love And Thunder (209 million) have received in the same time frame. Any chance that people have moved on from Avatar? If yes, is there any way the makers can pull back the old viewers and the newer generation into their magical world?
The sequels to Avatar make use of newly developed underwater motion-capture technology. Avatar 2 will include underwater motion capture technology, which Cameron created expressly for the franchise. For the sequels, a 900,000-gallon water tank was installed.
New RDA vehicles will be featured, according to concept art from Avatar 2. The film will make you feel like you’re drowned in water. Some photos from the Avatar 2 teaser hint at the director’s vast ambition.