Although companies like Marvel Studios and Warner Bros. are looking to make their mark in 2022, the year is filled with highly anticipated blockbusters in the industry. Included in this mix is James Cameron’s Avatar 2, a movie that has been almost a generation in the making. This otherworldly sci-fi epic has seen delays unlike any other major film, but the wait is finally coming to the end. Avatar 2 will hit theaters on December 16, 2022. The first trailer is rumored to appear alongside Doctor Strange 2, which will be released on May 6, 2022.
Hopes Are High For The Next Avatar Film
In 2010, the first Avatar film became the highest-grossing film ever at the historic box office. This is largely due to its unique visual effects. Its biggest competition came with 2019’s Avengers: MCU Endgame. Endgame had topped briefly before Avatar was re-released in theaters and regained its box office status. Although Cameron has revealed up to four sequels to add to the story. And it’s been more than a dozen years since the movie has appeared. This lengthy delay has left Avatar 2 out of sight for many audiences. Although filming may have made a lot of progress on Avatar’s 3rd edition and Avatar 4. Now in an exciting new development, fans can know when to expect the first look when they return to Pandora.
Why Disney Is Launching Avatar 2 Trailer In Such A Manner?
Jeff Sneider of The Ankler has reported that Disney plans to release the first trailer for James Cameron’s Avatar’s 2 edition by May 6, 2022, of Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in Madness’s Multiverse. Disney hopes this trailer strategy will pay off two of its biggest blockbusters in 2022. This will help in kicking off global marketing for the upcoming sequel. The trailer of this cinematic phenomenon will surely help Doctor Strange 2 to increase its overall collection with the help of Pandora Franchise fans.
The movie with a re-release in 2019 outsold Avengers: Endgame by about $50 million at the all-time box office. That too with most of that revenue coming from more than a decade ago. The date will also allow Disney to get off to a light start with Warner Bros. which currently has Shazam: Fury of the Gods scheduled to open on the same day as the Avatar’s sequel.