Avatar: Water RoadThe first trailer is finally here, and oddly enough, it’s packing an appreciable amount of heat.
The last time we saw Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) in the beginning symbol picturehe had more or less Become the savior of Na’vi After being adopted into their tribe, forgiven for being a human spy, they eventually decide to side with the aliens in their battle against humanity to save Pandora. By transferring his consciousness to the body of the human/Na’vi hybrid avatar, Jake is able to start a new life on Pandora – whose atmosphere is toxic to humans – along with his chosen Na’vi companion, Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña).
While Jake and Netery are back there water roadThe first trailer, this time, wasn’t just about the two of them. In the period between the first movie and water road, Jake and Neytiri have children, and a number of shots in the trailer draw attention to the importance of the Na’vi families’ growth in the film’s story. In addition to Baby Na’vi, the trailer also features footage of Jake and Netery taking care of a seemingly human person who has to wear a special mask in order to survive on this planet.
The presence of the human child raises some questions about how Earth will interact with the Na’vi to fend off their attempt to steal Pandora’s precious unobtanium, but the implication is that humanity cannot be deterred in the end. Along with a slew of new looks on the coastal reefs of Mytkaina in Pandora, the trailer also highlights shots of Na’vi dressed in human-like combat clothing and wielding weapons, suggesting that only humans have Double their use of avatars as weapons of war.
unclear water roadThe plot of the plot is simply the judging from the trailer, all the necessary elements of a story about forcing the Na’vi to defend their homes from resource-hungry invaders – repeatedly – They are present. For any other franchise, the premise that honesty might not be enough to take people to movie theaters, but with all the hype Avatar: Water RoadCreated before it was released, it might serve the purpose.
Avatar: Water Road It hits theaters December 16th.