The breathtaking landscapes of Pandora, including its lush forests, deep oceans, and floating mountains, are finally making their way into your living room. James Cameron’s blockbuster, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” is set to start streaming on Disney+ and Max (formerly known as HBO Max) on June 7.
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This unique streaming arrangement between Disney+ and Max stems from an unusual deal signed last year. The deal allows Max to share streaming rights with Disney+ and Hulu for approximately half of the studio’s film releases throughout the 2022 release year. This is fantastic news for “Avatar” enthusiasts, as it reduces the necessity of subscribing to a new streaming service just to enjoy the sequel in the comfort of their homes. Additionally, the movie will also be available for free streaming on Amazon Prime Video through the platform’s 7-day free trial for Max.
“The Way of Water,” released 13 years after the original “Avatar,” unfolds over a decade following the events of the first film. The narrative revolves around the Sully family, comprised of Jake Sully, Neytiri, and their children, as they embark on a journey into uncharted territories of Pandora. When an ancient threat resurfaces, Jake finds himself once again compelled to wage a battle against the human forces. The movie features an ensemble cast including Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, Giovanni Rabisi, and Kate Winslet.
The film secured four Academy Award nominations and clinched the Oscar for Best Visual Effects. In his review, Variety film critic Owen Gleiberman remarked that the movie “delivers scenes that will leave your eyes wide, your mind spinning, and your spirit racing.”
Starting June 7, you can catch “The Way of Water” on Disney+ or Max for streaming.