Avatar: The Way of the Water is now available to watch on demand on YouTube and Apple TV

Avatar: The Way of the Water is now available to watch on demand on YouTube and Apple TV

Avatar: The Way of the Water is now available to watch on demand on YouTube and Apple TV

Avatar: The Way of the Water is now available to stream on video on demand. James Cameron’s much-delayed sequel is now available to buy on Apple TV and YouTube, arriving nearly four months after it hit theaters on December 16. On YouTube/Google Play Movies, Avatar 2 starts at Rs. 690 for the SD (Standard Definition) version, while the Full HD 1080p version is available for Rs. 850. Meanwhile, on Apple TV, the Oscar-nominated film is available in Ultra-HD Dolby Vision/Atmos at Rs. 590. Only English audio is present in both, though the Apple TV version comes with additional Spanish subtitles. Both have a base theatrical runtime of 3 hours and 12 minutes.

Since its release Avatar: The Way of Water has broken box office records, currently at no. 3 position among the highest-grossing films of all time. Cameron’s sci-fi sequel has collected $2.3 billion (roughly Rs. 19,000 crore) at the global box office, dethroning his own 1997 disaster romance film Titanicwhich grossed $2.2 billion (about Rs. 18,129 crore) through several re-releases.

It also earned a Best Picture nomination at the Oscars, in addition to deservedly winning Best Visual Effects. Currently, there’s no word on a streaming release on subscription services, though it’s slated to release on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar. Normally, Disney sets a minimum time frame of 45 days before a theatrical release goes to streaming. However, with Avatar 2 still performing well in theaters, the wait will be a bit longer.

Set 15 years after the events of the first film, Avatar: The Waterway sees Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) as parents of five, earning a living in the planet’s lush forest. Lunar Exotic Pandora. When trouble resurfaces in the form of “Sky People” led by a resurrected recombinant Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang), the family is forced to flee and seek help from the Metkayina clan, who live on the coast, who teaches them new ways to fight and help. prepare for the impending battle. Regarding Avatar 3, Cameron hinted that it will introduce the “Ash People” representative of the fire culture, and in doing so, portray the Na’vi from a different, not-so-good angle.

Last February, Cameron conducted a “scientific study” to end 25 years Titanic debates whether Jack could have adapted and survived on the door/raft with Rose. In the National Geographic special, the filmmaker works with a team of scientists to recreate the scene and test four unique scenarios where Jack climbed the floating door with Rose. In one of the tests, Jack actually managed to survive the freezing cold by balancing himself in a specific position, though Cameron remains adamant that this isn’t entirely conclusive.

“He stabilized. He got to a place where, if we had projected that, he might have made it until the lifeboat came,” he said during the special. “Jack may have lived, but there are a lot of variables. I think her thought process was, “I’m not going to do anything that endangers her,” and that’s 100% in her character.

Avatar: The Way of the Water is now available on VOD on YouTube, Google Play Movies and Apple TV. It is also playing in theaters around the world, with India receiving additional English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu dubs.

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