Please, ‘Avatar 3’: we don’t need a fire tribe

    Avatar: The Sense of Water finally marked the return of the James Cameron franchise to theaters. Was it worth waiting over a decade for the sequel? If we trust the almost 1,000 million dollars that the film has already collected at box offices around the world, it seems that the public thinks so.

    the sense of water introduced us to a whole new tribe of Na’vi, the blue aliens from the world of Avatar. We met the children of Jake Sully and Neytiri, teenagers Neteyam and Lo’ak, little Tuk, adopted daughter Kiri, and Spider, the human boy with a strong resemblance to a certain evil colonel. On top of that, Sully’s gang moved to some distant Pandora islands to protect the Omaticaya, the forest tribe, from the threat of humans. The sea people, the Metkayina, joined Sully’s family in defending Pandora from the Earthlings, still bent on exploiting the natural resources of the inhabited moon.

    Now that we’ve met the sea clan of Pandora —whose members have a skin tone closer to the aquamarine of their beloved habitat— we can only ask ourselves the logical questions: where are the Na’vi of the desert? And the Na’vi of the swamp? Are there Fire Na’vi on Pandora?! (Actually, we’ll go with them later.) We’ve got a whole planet to explore, people. With three more sequels in the crosshairs, we’re closer than ever to Cameron giving us a run for his money. tour private by his mysterious world and bioluminescent. So let’s talk about avatar 3.

    As reported BBCNewsthe next three films of Avatar they would be called the seed bearer, Tulkun’s Rider Y Eywa’s search. But what will it be the seed bearerexactly? Well, lucky for us fans of Avatar Hungry for more details, James Cameron loves to leave breadcrumbs in every interview he gets. In the lastdirector claims that the next three Avatar movies will be called Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkun Rider Y Avatar: The Quest for Eywa. And what exactly will be the argument of The Seed Bearer? Well luckily for the fans of Avatar Hungry for more details about the sequel, Cameron loves to drop breadcrumbs into every interview. In a recent conversation with the french newspaper 20 Minutes, Cameron revealed that, indeed, we will have the opportunity to meet the other inhabitants of Pandora in the next installment. We will meet the fire tribe of the Na’vi, and it seems that, as is typical in bad movies, they will not be so friendly

    “Fire will be represented by the ‘People of Ash’,” Cameron told 20 Minutes. “I want to show the Na’vi from another angle because, so far, I’ve only shown their good side. In the early movies, there are very negative human examples and very positive Na’vi examples. In avatar 3we will do the opposite. We will also explore new worlds, while continuing the story of the main characters. I can say that the last parts will be the best. The others were an introduction, a way of setting the table before serving food.” It definitely seemed like the sense of water set us up for a big matchup with even more at stake, so consider us ready.

    One other thing we know for sure about The Seed Bearer a is that it won’t contain much gun violence. As Cameron recently revealed to Esquire Middle East, “I actually cut about 10 minutes out of the film intended for gun action. I wanted to get rid of some of the ugliness, to find a balance between light and dark,” Cameron said. It seems that instead of an excessive exchange of fire, in The Seed Bearer
    we’ll have to look forward to plenty of creative CGI and gorgeous shots of Pandora’s surface. Luckily, we will only have to wait until 2024 to see it. (We hope so.)

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Please, ‘Avatar 3’: we don’t need a fire tribe

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