‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Ending Announced

Avatar: The Way of Water came to cinemas Friday13 years later blockbuster original It fascinated moviegoers with its incredible 3D visuals. Manager James Cameron As Na’vi heroes Jake Sully and Neytiri, original stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldaña are back for more adventures in the lush world of Pandora.

“The parental suffering and intriguing journeys of the young characters lend emotional weight to The Way of Water,” said Richard Trenholm of CNET. review. “The sci-fi action is soothing and exciting, the environmental message is irresistible, and the visuals are incredible.”

Movies Disney plus The release date has yet to be announced, but if you want to take a trip to Pandora right away, the first movie is there.

Jake Sully and Neytiri’s family hold the key to the sequel’s end, after the Resource Development Administration’s (RDA) colonial people return to Pandora and wreak havoc on Earth’s local life as they search for something to replace the dying Earth. They also start a hunt for the traitorous Na’vi Sully, who turns into a human, and leads us to the final shootout of the movie.

happens in 15 years after the originaland there’s a lot to digest as this movie throws a lot of terminology and stuff at you in its three hour and 17 minute runtime. Let’s dive into the beautiful blue of the Avatar sequel ADVERTISEMENT OF SOMETHING waters.

next generation

Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang), killed by Neytiri in the first film, and a group of Marine vagrants are resurrected in Na’vi bodies with a backup of their human counterparts’ memories. The Quaritch clone is surprised to learn that Miles “Spider” Socorro (Jack Champion), a human who grew up with Sully and Neytiri’s children, is the abandoned son in his former life.

Tasked with killing Sully for the RDA, Quatrich uses Spider to learn the Na’vi methods and hunt for his prey, but it’s clear he’s starting to like the teenager despite his claims of indifference. I think the Na’vi are too much against it.

Na'vi clone of Colonel Miles Quaritch watches a video message from his human self in Avatar: The Way of Water

Na’vi Colonel Miles Quaritch has a more emotional story than the human self.

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The late RDA scientist Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver) served as a bridge between humans and the Na’vi, as well as spearheading the avatar project that allowed Sully to become one of the blue aliens. We discover that her avatar was pregnant when she died and gave birth to Kiri (also Sigourney Weaver, who was incredibly persuasive as a teenager). Adopted by Sully and Neytiri, he is a teenager when the sequel was made and has some sort of special connection to the Na’vi god Eywa.

In addition to these two adopted children, Sully and Neytiri have three children, eldest son Netayam (Jamie Flatters), younger son Lo’ak (Britain Dalton) and 8-year-old daughter Tuk (Trinity Jo-Li Bliss).

Lo'ak tames the whale-like Payakan while sitting on its fin in Avatar: The Way of Water.

Lo’ak’s bond with Payakan takes up most of the movie’s screening time, but ultimately helps Na’vi win the day.

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Fleeing the Quaritch, Sully, Neytiri and their children seek refuge with the Metkayina clan, a group of cool-looking oceanic Na’vi, and try to learn their naval methods. Lo’ak also befriends Payakan, an outcast tulkun (the whale-like super-intelligent sea creature Metkayina loves).

death in the family

Neteyam, who certainly seems to be Sully’s favorite child, is fatally shot during the first encounter of the final battle, which takes place on a naval hunting ship commanded by Quatrich. His family grieves for a short time, but leaves to face his enemies one last time.

Kiri and Tuk manage to catch themselves again, with Quatrich holding a knife to Kiri’s throat as Sully confronts him. The sneaky Neytiri threatens Spider to give the villain a taste of his own medicine. Quatrich briefly pretends not to care about his son, but eventually relents and lets Kiri go.

Sully looks intently at Avatar: The Way of Water

It seemed like Sully was looking forward to a rematch with his enemy.

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This leaves Sully and Quatrich in an intense one-on-one confrontation as the ship sinks (or even rises like the Titanic). Kiri and Spider manage to escape into the water, while Neytiri and Tuk try to escape from the bowels of the ship before they find themselves trapped.

It’s a close decision, but Sully manages to defeat Quatrich in their hideous underwater fight, leaving him to die. Sully escapes with Lo’ak’s help and the breathing technique she learned with Metkayina, and tulkun’s friend Payakan joins the final stage.

Kiri uses her connection with Eywa to create a path of bioluminescent fish for Neytiri and Tuk, allowing them to swim to safety.

In the sci-fi sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, a young man surrounded by blue aliens grins through a breathing mask.

Spider saves his father’s life but does not cling to it.

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Spider makes the morally correct but logically questionable decision to save the unconscious Quatrich before he drowns. As Spider returns to the Na’vi family, the villain flies with his ikran as he has to return in a sequel. Character development for everyone.

say bye bye

After the war, Sully and Neytiri left their lost son Netayam to rest in the ocean. His body was embraced by the algae, implying that he was returning to Eywa. The family is also accepted as their own by the Metkayina clan, who lives in the ocean as a result of their loss.

In Avatar: The Way of Water, Neytiri reaches out to touch Sully's arm

Our heroes suffer a heartbreaking loss.

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Sully and Neytiri go to the Cave of the Ancestors and connect to the spiritual tree of Metkayina, allowing them to communicate with Eywa. Talking to Sully, he lets them see Neteyam oscillating between his younger self and a child. He suggests that the entity they encountered was a mixture of Netayam’s spiritual energy and his family’s memories of him.

Sully admits they can’t escape human invaders — they have to fight. I think this will be in Avatars 3, 4 and 5 (planned to release in 2024, 2026 and 2028). In the final shot, Sully opens her eyes, reflecting the ending of the first movie.

Is there a post-credit mock up?

For a clue about the third movie, you don’t need to look at the long credits of Avatar: The Way of Water, there is no scene in the middle or after the credits. Still, there are some nice interpretations of some footage from the movie in the first credits line, so it’s worth hanging out for.

You may also want to go to the bathroom or get some fresh air after sitting for more than three hours.

Kiri smiles as she gazes at her late mother's submerged body in Avatar: The Way of Water.

Kiri’s mysterious bond with her late mother seems to have given her special abilities.

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Unanswered questions

  • What’s wrong with Kiri? When he connects with Grace through the tree, he suffers a seizure—probably because he and his deceased mother share the same spirit or something—but he seems to have a deeper connection to Pandora’s flora and fauna than any other Na’vi.
  • Did Spider let him know that Sully and Neytiri saved their murderous foe? Quaritch is likely to improve greatly in subsequent sequels as he develops a bond with his son and adopts some of the Na’vi ways.
  • Why was the introduction of the miraculous substance capable of stopping human aging so accidental? Much more interesting than the precious mineral RDA sought in the first movie, unobtanium.
  • What happened to marine biologist Ian Garvin (Jemaine Clement), who seems sympathetic to the Pandora natives, after the whaling ship was destroyed? He seemed like a potential ally to the Na’vi.
  • Why do we see so little of human invaders? General Frances Ardmore (Edie Falco) is pretty busy, but is basically forgotten after giving Quaritch his assignment. It also turns out prequel comics Higher GroundIt’s based on Cameron’s first draft for the sequel and reveals more of the events between the films.
  • How is the world in this universe right now? We only see it for a moment in the first movie, but it must have been pretty bad, because RDA is trying to make Pandora a new home for humanity.

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