Disney reveals the first images of the Avatar sequel

(Las Vegas) Disney revealed the first images of the sequel in Las Vegas on Wednesday.avatarwhich remains number one at the global box office in terms of gross revenue, a film which director James Cameron says will “push the boundaries of what cinema can do”.

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CinemaCon attendees were invited to put on 3D glasses to immerse themselves in the trailerAvatar: The Way of Water and return to the planet Pandora, where they can see its blue-skinned inhabitants swimming and floating through the air.

“I can assure you that the wait was worth it,” confirms Disney Sales Director Tony Chambers of the title chosen for this second part of Avatar.

Avatar: The Way of Water will hit screens next December and should be followed by three more installments in this saga, the original film of which has grossed around $2.8 billion since its release in 2009.

Each part will be an independent film with its own storyline. The four episodes won’t form part of any one story arc, but collectively will make up “an even bigger epic saga,” said producer Jon Landau.

It comes from New Zealand, where James Cameron puts the finishing touches on it avatar 2which the director addressed to the visitors of the CinemaCon.

He promised them spectacular technological advances compared to the first avatarwhose main protagonists Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) now have families.

“We have decided once again to push the boundaries of what cinema can do,” he called out to cinema executives who gathered in Las Vegas for their annual get-together, where Hollywood studios bring them their new releases and their stars.

It was Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige who opened the presentation for Disney. In this way, the participants were able to discover long excerpts Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness coming out next week, where the wizard played by Benedict Cumberbatch fights flying kraken and meets a young girl who jumps from one world to another.

The film will be followed by two more blockbusters dedicated to famous superheroes this year, Thor and Black Panther.

Pixar revealed 30 minutes of it buzz flashStory that traces the birth of the intrepid astronaut of the saga toy story, with Chris Evans lending his voice. In the film, due out in June, Buzz is wracked with guilt after causing his spacemates to sink on a hostile planet.

In order to save her, he must project himself into the future with a cat robot as a companion.

CinemaCon also saw the presentation ofAmsterdama romantic detective film set in the 1930s with a variety of stars including Christian Bale, Robert De Niro, Margot Robbie and Chris Rock.

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