Avatar: The Way of Water Previews 18 Minutes of Sequel At CCXP

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Avatar: The Way of Water Previews 18 Minutes of Sequel At CCXP
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Of all the presentations that happened at CCXP, the attendees are given so much treats but none could compare to what Avatar: The Way of Water presented as director James Cameron, actress Zoe Saldaña, and producer Jon Landau gave everyone a preview of 18 minutes of different parts of the sequel.

Avatar: The Way of Water Previews 18 Minutes of Sequel At CCXP
Credit: 20th Century Studios
Avatar: The Way of Water Previews 18 Minutes of Sequel At CCXP
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During their panel at CCXP in São Paulo, Brazil, Avatar: The Way of Water director James Cameron called on stage actress Zoe Saldaña who plays Neytiri, and producer Jon Landau as they proudly hype up the upcoming release of the highly anticipated sequel and they have a treat to all the attendees.

The lucky attendees of CCXP got the chance to see how huge the sequel is with 18 minutes of never-before-seen footage of the different storylines of Avatar: The Way of Water. The clips are not in successive order as they are just snippets from various parts of the movie.

However, these kinds of presentations and previews are exclusive to the CCXP, thus, only those who attended the event witnessed all those 18 minutes of Avatar: The Way of Water which is not even 10% of the movie.

READ MORE: Avatar: The Way of Water Featurette Invites Everyone To Experience Pandora Once More

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The previews of Avatar: The Way of Water showed a lot of the new look at Pandora where the sea life is explored in the movie, as the title suggests, but a war is coming to Pandora and the Na'vi people would have to come together once more to defend themselves from the humans and their weapons.

Jake, being a human, gets a reminder from Neytiri about him being Toruk Makto, suggesting that while he was once human, he is now an Avatar. They now have a family with Neteyam, Lo'ak, and Tuk being hybrid, born from Jake and Neytiri.

There's also a heartfelt clip with Dr. Grace Augustine which revealed that when she died, she was actually pregnant and she was preserved, thus, generating her daughter.

Avatar: The Way of Water invites everyone to re-experience Pandora in a new perspective and witness greatness once more in theaters on December 16, 2022.