Avatar: The Way of Water‘s running duration has apparently been discovered to be more than three hours, making it nearly as long as James Cameron’s Titanic with less than a month and a half until its theatrical debut.
Avatar: The Way of Water is a long-awaited sequel that has been in development for more than ten years. Although nothing is official, World of Reel recently announced that the film will be around three hours and ten minutes, just four minutes less than Titanic.
Comparatively, the original Avatar movie was just 2 hours, 42 minutes long, and it quickly established itself as the highest-grossing movie until Avengers: Endgame dethroned it. Now, it’s anticipated that the sequel will surpass the original.
If James Cameron’s film Avatar: The Way of Water runs 3 hours and 10 minutes, it will rank among his longest theatrical releases.
Avatar: The Way of Water, which takes place ten years after the events of the first Avatar film, will follow Jake Sully and Neytiri as they create their own family out of their biological children Neteyam, Lo’ak, and Tuktirey as well as their adopted children, Human Spider and Teenage Na’vi Kiri.
Due to Pandora’s immersive features, it will examine the planet from a fresh angle and delve more into the Na’vi people’s practices.
Sam Worthington, Michelle Yeoh, Sigourney Weaver, Kate Winslet, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Dileep Rao, Matt Gerald, Joel David Moore, Cliff Curtis, Brendan Cowell, Edie Falco, CJ Jones, Oona Chaplin, Jemaine Clement, and Vin Diesel are among the cast members of Avatar: The Way of Water.
Avatar: The Way of Water will be released in theaters on December 16, 2022.