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James Cameron's Avatar 3 will introduce the Na'vi tribe built on fire

Avatar: The Way of Water director James Cameron revealed that the Na'vi tribe in Avatar 3 will be based on fire, teasing that he will "explore new universes."

James Cameron's Avatar 3 will introduce the Na'vi tribe built on fire

Avatar: The Way of Water filmmaker James Cameron just shared some significant new details about the third installment of the beloved Avatar series, which includes a new Na'vi tribe and fire.

In an interview with the French outlet team 20 Minutes, as reported by The Direct, Cameron the filmmaker explained that Avatar 3 will introduce a whole new group of Na'vi: the people of Ash. He said, "I want to reveal the Nav'is from another principal because, for now, I'm only including their good sides... In the early films, there are very negative human statuses and very positive Navi examples. In Avatar 3, we'll do the opposite. We'll also explore stranger universes while continuing the main characters' story." The director gave fans even more sequels to get excited about the upcoming Avatar movies, saying that "the last parts will be the best," and that "the other parts were an introduction, a way to set the table before the meal is served. But everything will depend on how Avatar 2 is received if He would find his audience."

Cameron has previously said that the Avatar franchise will only continue if the second and third installments turn a profit. He revealed that "the scripts are already written" and "everything is designed" should The Way of Water be successful at the box office.

Avatar: 2 Movie is a success

So far, the Avatar sequel seems to have been a success. At the time of writing, the film has grossed $382.6 million at the domestic box office. While The Way of Water still lags behind Maverick domestically, some predict that it will overtake the Tom Cruise-led action sequel internationally. The Avatar series recently crossed $1.1 billion worldwide, while Maverick, released in May, is currently at $1.5 billion.

But the water method doesn't work well everywhere outside. The film did far less than expected at the Chinese box office, grossing the equivalent of $100 million after two weeks in theaters, against the originally projected $357 million. This is largely due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, which has severely affected cinema and other events focused on social gatherings.

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