Avatar: The Way of Water Streaming on Disney+ on June 7

“Avatar: The Way of Water” will begin streaming on Disney+ on June 7, 2023. The Avatar sequel was released in December 2022, 13 years after the first “Avatar” film. It grossed $2.3 billion, making it the third highest-grossing film of all time.

Watch a teaser for the streaming release in the embedded tweet below.

James Cameron has now directed three out of the top four highest-grossing movies globally: “Avatar,” “Avatar: The Way of Water,” and “Titanic.” Zoë Saldaña, meanwhile, has starred in three out of the top four, having appeared in both “Avatar” films and “Avengers: Endgame.”

“Avatar” made $2.92 billion, while “Avengers: Endgame” made $2.7 billion, making them the top two highest-grossing films.

Disney released a video celebrating the global phenomenon of “Avatar: The Way of Water,” which you can watch below.

AVATAR Future

The third installment in the movie franchise is expected in “December 2024” as long as there are no delays in production. Filming for the second and third films took place from 2017 through 2022 in New Zealand and both films were recorded alongside one another.

Returning characters Jake Sully and Neytiri will appear in the third installment, also it is known that Miles ‘Spider” Socorro played by Jack Champion will also be returning for the next film.

Although the third movie has not been given an official title James Cameron did reply to a report from the BBC that the next movie would be AVATAR: The Seed Bearer stating that the title is “in consideration” but has not been confirmed as of this time.

It’s rumored that an “AVATAR 3” 9-hour director cut will premiere as a limited series on Disney+ after the theatrical release.

There are plans for two more sequels to the AVATAR movie franchise planned, 4 and 5 that at this time have no titles or release dates announced. With the success at the box office of the second film, the odds of the continuing saga of the movies could be just around the corner with the next two chapters possibly beginning production in the coming years.

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