Avatar The Way of Water’s first reactions have finally arrived

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Avatar: The way of the water finally brings us back to Pandora next week, and we now have the first reactions to see if it was worth the 13-year wait.

The much-anticipated sequel had its world premiere tonight (Dec. 6) in London, and the lucky few who got to see it have taken to social media to share their initial thoughts on James Cameron’s new film.

is among them Digital spy‘s in-house film editor Ian Sandwell, who wrote: “Not surprising, Avatar: the way of the water is a visual masterpiece with rich use of 3D and breathtaking vistas.

“It suffers from a thin story and too many characters to juggle, but James Cameron pulls it together for an extraordinary closing act full of emotion and suspenseful action.”

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But don’t take our word for it – here’s a selection of some other reactions fresh from the premiere, with verdicts ranging from ecstatic praise calling the film “pretty incredible” to more lukewarm reactions saying it “is not really better than expectations”.

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takes place more than ten years after the events of the first film, Avatar: The way of the water sees Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldaña as Jake Sully and Neytiri, who are now parents doing everything they can to keep their family together.

When a dangerous foe returns to Pandora, the Sullys are forced to leave their home and travel through Pandora to the Metkayina clan who live in harmony with their surrounding oceans.

Just like Jake did in the first movie, the Sullys must learn to navigate their dangerous new home and gain acceptance from the community to keep everyone safe.

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We already know that Avatar: the way of the water is not the end of their story as three more films are planned. However, Cameron recently revealed that if the sequel doesn’t become a hit, the series could end with the third movie.

“The market could tell us we’re done in three months, or we’re half done, which means, ‘Okay, let’s finish the story in movie three and not go on forever,’ if it’s just not profitable.” he explained.

With the sequel set to double the opening of the first film in the US, we feel like Cameron has nothing to worry about.

Avatar: The way of the water will be released in cinemas on December 16. You can watch avatar now on Disney+.


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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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