‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’ is structured around “family protection”, something that Sam Worthington has wanted to underline since D23. The Disney convention that is being held these days in Anaheim (California) had already advanced us news of ‘The Mandalorian’, ‘Indiana Jones’, ‘The Little Mermaid’ or the next projects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe; and now offers new details of what we will see in the sequel to the blockbuster directed by James Cameron.
On the occasion of the panel organized to show what awaits us in Pandora when we finally return to that world on December 16, eCartelera has had access to the Press Line of the event in which several of the film’s protagonists have participated, including Worthington. “‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’ focuses on the protection of family, whether biological or the one you choose in life, some of [cuya importancia] we have realized with the pandemic. [La familia] basically it is what enriches the time we spend on this planet, It’s something worth fighting for“advances the actor who in this case is accompanied not only by Zoe Saldaña and Sigourney Weaver, but also by Jack Champion and Jamie Flatters, young performers who play the children of Jake and Neytiri.
“It’s been 4 years in the story. Now Jake and Neytiri have children, and Jake has fully integrated, he’s immersed in the Na’vi culture”affirms a Worthington with which Champion agrees, adding that “Pandora has evolved, so in the next movies we are going to see more ecosystems. Everything is on another level. It’s like the first delivery but put on steroids“. More, much more would be what ‘Avatar 2’ offers in view of the unrivaled success of its predecessor, a film that “it’s definitely memorable for how it has managed to transcend and because visually it was something we had not seenfrom beginning to end”according to Flatters.
‘Willow’ and its characteristic humor
Warwick Davis claims that “people love escapism” which is why they are drawn to projects like ‘Willow’, a Lucasfilm series that aspires to recreate the spirit of the original film directed by Ron Howard and written by George Lucas and Bob Dolman. “The world of ‘Willow’ is a very warm and welcoming place, even though it’s not as warm and welcoming on the show as we remembered, which is precisely one of the problems to solve“advances the protagonist of a television fiction that has Jonathan Kasdan as creator and executive producer.
“Somehow it resonates with what George [Lucas] He created both ‘Willow’ and ‘Indiana Jones’ and ‘Star Wars'”assures said filmmaker who wants to think that the series honors “to all the characters from the original film”a film that Christian Slater, also a member of the cast, describes as “charming, very funny and with an energy that is very difficult to replicate”. Precisely to achieve that goal ‘Willow’ “introduces new characters, a lot of magic, and recovers the characteristic humor of the original film“according to Davis. This series is set to premiere on November 30..