The D23 Expo dropped a ton of announcements and updates on upcoming titles under Disney and the attendees of the fan event got the luxury to see Avatar: The Way of Water in 3D during their panel with six scenes from the highly anticipated film.
When the first Avatar film released in 3D back in 2009, a lot of people were in awe of the technology during that time and it easily bagged the title of the highest-grossing film before being dethroned by Endgame almost a decade after. Definitely, Avatar: The Way of Water will also be in 3D.
The attendees of the D23 Expo are lucky enough to witness firsthand some scenes of Avatar: The Way of Water in 3D as the panel closed out with snippets of the film as presented by Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Stephen Lang, Sigourney Weaver, and producer Jon Landau.
While the 3D scenes were not released online, the attendees of the D23 Expo were given 3D glasses to enjoy the underwater scenes and sceneries at Pandora with the Na'vi immersed in their rich culture, still as picturesque 13 years after the first film was released.
As reported by Variety, the 3D scenes teased during the D23 event includes underwater footages showing the aquatic wildlife of Pandora, Sigourney Weaver's new character, Kiri, and the capture of Na'vi children by the Quaritch marines with Sully and Neytiri saving them.
After more than a decade of waiting, finally, there are only a few months left before Avatar: The Way of Water premieres in theaters on December 16, 2022.