Avatar offers a small facelift in the cinema

Avatar offers a trailer for theatrical release. The film released in 2009 offers a 4K version.

Avatar as it should have looked in 2009, promises the trailer released yesterday on YouTube. On the sidelines of the second work, Disney will offer viewers a reprint and complete overhaul of the work.

In 13 years, technologies have evolved tremendously, so James Cameron’s film offers a little makeover. of the next September 23rd, it will be possible to rediscover it in 4K in all cinemas around the world. It is also for this return to the big screen that it has temporarily disappeared from the Disney + catalog.

As a memory, Avatar follows Jake Sully, a paralyzed marine who takes his brother’s place in a science program. He transforms into an alien to explore the planet Pandora. Along the way, he meets Neytiri, a Na’vi he will fall in love with.

When the soldiers decide to invade Pandora, Jake Sully helps the Na’vi defend their land. The second part would take ten years later, when the Na’vi habitat was destroyed by humans.

A new adventure on Pandora

As mentioned above, this version was conceived by Disney to refresh viewers’ memory before the second part arrives. Next December 14thSam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver will reprise the roles of the characters they played 13 years earlier.

Furthermore, the latter’s involvement in the project is rather mysterious. Her character actually died at the end of the first movie, so she was supposed to return via flashbacks. The same goes for Stephen Lang, who played Colonel Miles Quaritch in the first part.

As for the newcomers, we note the meeting of Kate Winslet and James Cameron, 27 years later titanic. We still don’t know exactly what his role will be, but she should embody a member of the water people.

After the destruction of their habitat, the Na’vi seek refuge with this tribe whose customs are very different from their own. The meeting promises to be full of events.

Note that this second part will not be the last. The saga should extend over five works, the third would have already been shot. James Cameron, on the other hand, managed to pass the torch for the last two.

It remains to be seen whether it will also work in the cinema. Will the second opus succeed in dethroning the first in the ranking of the most followed films in the history of cinema?

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