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‘Avatar’ Returns to Cinema with 4K High Dynamic Range Version

One of the world’s highest-grossing films, Avatar, will return to theaters in September 2022 in a 4K High Dynamic Range version. James Cameron’s epic adventure film also won an Academy Award in 2009.

Of course, the presence of Avatar back at the cinema with this 4K High Dynamic Range version will be a different experience for the audience. Citing the ANTARA page, Wednesday (24/8), 20th Century Studios has released the latest trailer and poster to celebrate the re-release of this film.

Written and directed by Academy Award winner James Cameron, Avatar stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez and Sigourney Weaver. The film was also produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau.

Avatar has actually won several prestigious awards, one of which was at the Academy Awards in the nominations for Best Film and Best Director. The film also won three Oscars for Best Cinematography, Production Design, and Visual Effects.

Avatar tells the story of Earth’s geographic conditions in the future, namely in 2154. In that year, Earth experienced a global energy crisis, so that institutions on Earth looked for ideas and took decisions to mine minerals on one of the moons.

The moon is named Pandora, has dense and toxic forest conditions, and is inhabited by Humanoid creatures with physical characteristics as high as three meters and having blue skin. The creature is the Na’vi Tribe who controls Pandora, so scientists from Earth created a humanoid hybrid that resembles a creature called the Avatar. From then on, a very exciting and epic adventure begins.

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Meanwhile, the sequel, entitled Avatar: The Way of Water, is scheduled to premiere later this year. Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, Avatar: The Way of Water will tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their children), the troubles that follow them, how far they go to take care of each other, and the tragedy they experienced.

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