Fasten your seat belts, as the movie season is not too far away. Films like Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Violent Night, and one of the biggest movies this year ( Avatar: The Way of Water ) are almost around the corner.
However, according to a recent article published by World of Reel, the upcoming sequel of James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water would reportedly have a runtime of approximately 3 hours and 10 minutes.
The upcoming epic sci-fi film is produced by 20th Century Studios and is the second film in Cameron’s Avatar franchise. It is such a highly anticipated film as fans are expecting it to be a part of the Elite club again.
Other than Avatar, the elite club includes some of the well-performing movies like Avengers: Endgame (three hours and 2 minutes), and Cameron’s Titanic (three hours and 14 minutes) with rankings of No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.
While an official confirmation has yet to be made by the Production companies whether the run time is accurate or not. Well, these kinds of gossip will go on throughout its release as fans have so many expectations with it.
Cameron worked on “The Way of Water’s” production with his old Lightstorm collaborator Jon Landau. Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, and Stephen Lang were some of the celebrities who attended the event in person. A significant portion of the footage highlighted the immersive underwater work done by Cameron.
Shortly after the conclusion of D23, Disney and 20th Century Fox released a remastered version of the first Avatar film in order to build anticipation among viewers for the second installment. The rereleased’s strong box office earnings of over $76 million have raised the film’s total to more than $2.92 billion worldwide.
Meanwhile, Avatar’s long-awaited sequel has come to an end after almost 13 years, and it might not disappoint their fans, as they may be able to re-experience the feelings of surprise and wonder that have stayed with them since they saw the first movie.
Avatar: The Way of Water debuts in theaters worldwide on December 16. Till then, enjoy its official trailer below.
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