Avatar 2: Pandora and Neytiri with latest stills from James Cameron's The Way of Water.

Avatar 2: Pandora and Neytiri with latest stills from James Cameron's The Way of Water.

Updated on December 16, 2022 10:18 AM by admin

Sigourney Weaver in Avatar 2: After the photo of Kate Winslet from Avatar: The Way of Water surfaced on the Internet, the first looks at Sigourney Weaver in the sequel made their way to the internet as well. James Cameron's upcoming Avatar 2 titled 'Avatar: The Way of Water' is one of the most anticipated films of the year. Moreover, the sequel is being released 13 years after Avatar.  The fans are closely following the updates and examining the posters and stills released by the makers for hidden clues. Recently, new photos and BTS scenes were released on Avtar's verified Instagram page.

As photos of Kate Winslet in the forthcoming 'Avatar: The Way of Water' emerged online, the first look at Sigourney Weaver in this sci-fi adventure also appeared online -- and she is portraying an entirely new role. A photo posted on Instagram shows Weaver as a blue alien teenager, a far cry from the doomed Grace Augustine she played in the original blockbuster. Her new character, Kiri, is also a member of the Navi and Jake and Neytiri's adopted daughter, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.

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There is an interview with the cast and director James Cameron in this month's issue of Empire magazine. Weaver viewed the role as an opportunity to relive her teenage years. Here are a few of them.'The Way of Water', the first 'Avatar sequel, will hit theaters on December 16. The third installment in the 'Avatar' series was shot back-to-back with 'The Way of the Water' and will be released in 2024. While James Cameron is waiting for the release of his fantasy epic 'Avatar:

The Way of the Water', he has revealed that he might stop directing the films in the franchise after the third installment. It was revealed that the director is considering leaving the world of Pandora behind to pursue other projects in the future and would pass the baton to other deserving filmmakers along the way. Cameron has stepped away from the director's chair for projects he has invested years into, such as this year's 'Alita: Battle Angel', which was ultimately directed by Robert Rodriguez, though Cameron stayed on as executive producer and co-writer.

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