Social media is buzzing in global regions where Disney has begun rolling out a restored version of James Cameron’s original 2009 Avatar, as well as early peeks at the impending sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water.

The studio has not commented, however, there seems to be a brief glimpse of The Way of Water tacked onto the conclusion of Avatar, based on several Twitter tweets. Furthermore, and obviously depending on the market and/or cinema, the video displayed on each occasion is not the same. Positive reactions are quite consistent (see a selection of tweets below).

Avatar was rereleased in Korea and France today and will be added to other foreign countries this weekend with the exception of Spain (which will go on September 30), China (where it was previously reissued in 2021), and Russia. The 4K high dynamic range version will be shown on over 8,000 offshore screens (approximately half of which will be in 3D). The film will be released in North America on Friday.

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It’s unknown if this Way of Water will be available in every area, but it makes sense as Disney teases fans for the highly anticipated sequel.

The original Avatar is the highest-earning film of all time, making approximately $2.847 billion worldwide. Cameron wrote, directed, and produced Avatar, which stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaa, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sigourney Weaver.

The Way of Water is the first of many planned sequels, and it will be released worldwide on December 14 before arriving in North America on December 16.

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