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Avatar 2’s Next Trailer Gets Exciting Release Update

The follow-up to the biggest movie of all time is about to hit theaters. Avatar: The Way of Water marks the first of four sequels to James Cameron’s 2009 epic, as audiences get set to re-enter the world of Pandora for the first time in more than a decade.

As reported by The Direct, the Way of Water has been a long time coming, with the first conversations between 20th Century Fox and Cameron about the sequel happening early in 2010. Not much has been shown of the film other than a brief teaser that came alongside Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Now as the Avatar 2 promotional train really takes off in earnest, fans eagerly await the next look at the upcoming blockbuster, something that, if recent reports are to be believed, is coming very soon.

An Avatar 2 Trailer Incoming

According to industry insider Amit Chaudhari the next Avatar: The Way of Water trailer is imminent.

Chaudhari, who works in trailer localization, tweeted that “Disney has a few more trailers scheduled before [Black Panther 2],” including a new look at the upcoming Avatar sequel. Chaudhari also noted that the studio’s Avatar plans also includes the recently released Avatar Remastered hitting Disney+:

“Hearing Disney has few more trailers scheduled before BP2 opens including Avatar 2.

Also they’re planning to add Avatar Remastered version on Disney Plus HS next month.”

If a trailer is, in fact, coming very soon it will likely be a part of a much greater marketing plan for The Way of Water, something Disney surely has planned given the investment in James Cameron’s sci-fi world.

It has been reported that each Avatar sequel will cost the studio about $250 million, totaling a $1 billion investment across the four follow-ups. It is unknown if that $250 million figure includes marketing costs at this time. Looking back at 2009’s original film, the budget was $237 million with $150 million spent on promotion.

Given that it has been quite some time since moviegoers have experienced the world of Avatar it tracks that Disney is going to spend big on promoting the sequel and drumming up hype.

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