The second installment in the “Avatar” series, “Avatar: The Way of Water”, is set for a December 16 release in Northern America. Recently, the series star Sam Worthington teased in an interview that the filming cycle was too long.
He was only 30 years old when the first “Avatar” was filmed. The second film is released this year, and he is 45 years old.
Wait until the third and fourth…
He also joked that he filmed the first film in a wheelchair, and when the sequel comes, he may really have to film in a wheelchair.
Netizens also expressed that this is not uncommon in Hollywood.
For example, Robert Downey Jr. was 37 when he filmed “Iron Man” and was in his late fifties when he retired from the MCU, “Wolverine” Hugh Jackman played for 17 years and so on.
“Avatar: The Way of Water” has a bigger picture, there are many underwater creatures, and there are also many interactions of Na’vi underwater, and the visual effects are still very good.
Sam Worthington returns as Jake Sully, Zoe Saldana returns as Princess Neytiri, and Stephen Lang returns as Colonel Miles Quaritch. Jack Champion plays the adopted human son of Jake Sully and Neytiri.
Interested viewers are looking forward to it.