The film is directed by James Cameron from a screenplay he co-wrote with Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver from a story the trio wrote with Josh Friedman and Shane Salerno. The film is the second installment in the Avatar film series, and it grossed $2.320 billion worldwide.
In “Avatar: The Way of Water,” the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure. All of this is against the backdrop of the breathtaking seascapes of Pandora, where audiences are introduced to new Na’vi cultures and a range of sea creatures. Read our review.
Zoe Saldaña as Neytiri te Tskaha Mo’at’ite (Neytiri Sully)
Sigourney Weaver as Kiri te Suli Kireysi’ite (Kiri Sully) and Dr. Grace Augustine
Stephen Lang as Colonel Miles Quaritch
Kate Winslet as Ronal
Cliff Curtis as Tonowari
Joel David Moore as Dr. Norm Spellman
CCH Pounder as Mo’at
Edie Falco as General Frances Ardmore
Brendan Cowell as Captain Mick Scoresby
Jemaine Clement as Dr. Ian Garvin
Jamie Flatters as Neteyam te Suli Tsyeyk’itan (Neteyam Sully)
Britain Dalton as Lo’ak te Suli Tsyeyk’itan (Lo’ak Sully)
Chloe Coleman as young Lo’ak
Trinity Jo-Li Bliss as Tuktirey “Tuk” te Suli Neytiri’ite (Tuktirey “Tuk” Sully)
Jack Champion as Miles “Spider” Socorro
Bailey Bass as Tsireya (“Reya”)
Filip Geljo as Aonung
Duane Evans, Jr. as Rotxo
Giovanni Ribisi as Parker Selfridge
Dileep Rao as Dr. Max Patel
Matt Gerald as Corporal Lyle Wainfleet
According to The Verge, the shared premiere of “Avatar: The Way of Water” comes from a modified agreement between Disney and WarnerMedia in 2021. This agreement allows HBO Max (soon-to-be Max) to share the rights to films released by Disney’s 20th Century Studios in 2022 with Hulu and Disney Plus.