James Cameron promises introduction of new element and cultures with two new tribes in 'Avatar 3'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: With the wave that is still swelling audience numbers, 'Avatar: The Way of Water' is a cinematic experience that has taken all expectations and exceeded them dramatically. The 'Avatar' phenomenon is not over yet and fans are already expecting the third movie in the franchise to be even more magnificent and push the limits of CGI and VFX technology in filmmaking . As many fans are craving for more world-building in the 'Avatar' franchise, there is a riveting tease revealed recently that will get them quite excited.
'Avatar: The Way of Water' is the sequel that did perfect justice to the first film and really captured the aftermath of the final battle in the first movie. The callbacks, the new life of Jack Sully (Sam Worthington) and the newer threats are just cherries on top of the immaculate cinematography and VFX. But, the battle is not yet over for the people of Pandora. James Cameron, who recently attended the Critics Choice Awards, spilt some tea on the already hyped-up third film in the franchise that is on the cards next.
While answering an interview with Deadline, the 'Titanic' filmmaker opened up about the box-office success of the latest 'Avatar' film and shared some interesting nuggets on the next movie planned in the blockbuster franchise. During the chat, Cameron explained his future plans for Pandora and how the element Fire would be introduced in the third part and would have a symbolic purpose in the film. Cameron said, "Fire has a symbolic purpose in the film and there’s a culture that is specifically around that concept. That’s probably saying too much as we speak."
This revelation has already hyped up the expectations of the movie as the idea of water and fire simultaneously appearing on the big screen will definitely be a treat for the eyes. 'Avatar: The Way of Water has already collected $1.9 billion and is still on a strong run.
Cameron revealed more about his plans for the franchise, adding that there would be the introduction of two completely new cultures, in addition to the existing Omaticaya and Metkayina tribes that have already been introduced. This will allow the audience to explore the life on Pandora a bit further, opening up new storylines, alien vistas and expanding the 'Avatar' universe in terms of new knowledge about the Pandorians. "You’re going to meet two completely new cultures in the next film. We met the Omaticaya, we met the Metkayina, and you’re going to meet two new cultures in the next film," said Cameron.
'Avatar: The Way of Water' is successfully running in theatres now.