‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Runtime Revealed

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Runtime Revealed

Avatar: The Way of Water’ runtime has been revealed. The film is reportedly 3 Hours and 10 Minutes long. The first film had a runtime of 2 Hours and 42 Minutes, when compared to the first film, the sequel longed for 28 Minutes. Confirmed by a Chinese source Sohu.

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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ production cost is around $310 million. In the film, The battle of the tropical rain forest to the coastal area. The story focuses on the Sully family, Jack, and Nitri, now parents, whose idyllic life is disrupted by RDA’s mining operations on the planet Pandora, forcing the family to relocate to a group of reefs that are considered safe havens, where there is a For Metkayina’s family. No longer living in their familiar rainforest environment, the Sullys have become fish out of the water, facing unknown prospects.

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Avatar: The Way of Water Trailer

The sequel happens from the first five years later. Jack Sally, a former disabled soldier on Earth, is now the patriarch of the Na’vi tribe on the planet Pandora, and he and his beloved wife Natalie have a pair of lovely children together, living a dull and fulfilling life. However, one day, a brother of a tribe was killed by a sharp weapon while patrolling near the coast. Through on-site investigation and keen intuition as a former Marine, Jack determined that there were already human avatars mixed into the tribe combined with the outline of these stories.

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Directed by James Cameron from a screenplay he co-wrote with Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. The film stars Sam Worthington as Jake Sully, Zoe Saldaña as Neytiri, Sigourney Weaver as Kiri, Stephen Lang as Colonel Miles Quaritch, CCH Pounder as Mo’at, Matt Gerald as Corporal Lyle Wainfleet, Cliff Curtis as Tonowari, Kate Winslet as Ronal, Jamie Flatters as Neteyam, Britain Dalton as Lo’ak, and Chloe Coleman as Young Lo’ak. Check out the first trailer.

Avatar: The Way of Water will hit theaters on December 16, 2022.

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Andrew Conor is a News Writer for Maxblizz, Andrew is a fan of Marvel and DC comics and films.

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