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Avatar: The Way of Water is already one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.
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The Way of Water has now grossed $2.117 billion.
The likes of Tom Cruise, Danielle Deadwyler and James Cameron were absent from the Oscars shortlist this year.
As Avatar: The Way Of Water marks a major milestone in box office sales, its success gives director James Cameron an enviable new title.
Miles from civilisation and cloaked in fog, The Rig is propped up by an excellent ensemble cast.
Upon its release in 2009, Avatar audiences experienced withdrawal symptoms and depression after leaving Pandora behind.
Jon Landau said he and James Cameron are keen to foreground the environmental message of the Avatar franchise.
The young cast of the Avatar sequel grew up on set, and now get to see the fruits of their labour as The Way of Water hits screens.
One critic said the new Avatar movie " "feels like being waterboarded with turquoise cement".
Stephen Lang said he and his director might sometimes 'go nose to nose', but compromise improves the movie.
There aren't many viewing parties for the 2009 Avatar movie in the Cameron household.
Winslet didn't seem too keen on working with Cameron again after Titanic, but time seems to have healed those wounds.
The actor is back, but playing a 14-year-old Na'vi girl this time, in Avatar: The Way of Water.
The actors return as Jake Sully and Neytiri as director James Cameron brings audiences back to Pandora after more than a decade.
Never one to shy away from a technical challenge, James Cameron wants Avatar viewers to fall in love with 3D and high frame rate.
The word "incredible" and "immersive" was used repeatedly by online critics attending the first viewing of James Cameron's sci fi sequel.
Avatar: The Way of the Water also promises to break new ground in the world of VFX
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'Avatar: The Way of Water' is scheduled to be released on 16 December.