With Christmas here, eager viewers have a chance to see director James Cameron’s new fantasy epic. The dancing sugarplums in our heads have been replaced by “Avatar: The Way of Water,” a series of flying, gliding, and swimming creatures. The Skivings, along with creatures known as Tulkuns. , and Illus.
These are just a taste of the exotic flora and fauna found on Pandora in 20th Century Studios’ $400 million sequel, which hit multiplexes this holiday season 13 years after the original “Avatar” returned in 2009 to break box office records. I have been flooded. Check out our guides to Avatar and the creatures of Avatar: The Way to Water to prepare for the sequel.
New book “The Art of Avatar: The Way of Water” (opens in new tab)“A new making-of edition from DK Publishing peels back the curtain on the blockbuster’s digital wizardry and alien menagerie, and dives firsthand into the painstaking worldbuilding from Cameron and his creative posse. Our Guide to the Creatures of Avatar and Avatar: The Way of Water in preparation for the sequel.
“The Art of Avatar: The Way of Water” by veteran entertainment journalist Tara Bennett (opens in new tab)“An impressive 256-page hardcover that delves into the minute details of the character designs, weapons, costumes and storyboards from the hit science-fiction film.
In between covers, “The Art of Avatar: The Way of Water” also includes fresh interviews with the cast and crew, cutaways of its dolphin-like miniature submarines, images of swift gunboats, ginormous hovercraft, crab-walking submersibles, and Infantry mechs, paintings of native coastal villages, and developmental sketches of the Metkayina and Na’i tribes.
Check out this revealing three-page inside peek:
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This deluxe companion coffee-table book was released in conjunction with the film’s worldwide premiere on 16 December to give fans and readers a chance to engage with the incredible scope and vision of this mega-project and appreciate the years of work Can go The ultimate creation
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez (“Spy Kids,” “Sin City”), who first worked with James Cameron in 2019 by directing “Alita: Battle Angel,” wrote the complimentary letter.
“The Art of Avatar: The Way of the Waters” (opens in new tab)“Available at bookstores and online sites.
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