The start of the Avatar show in Egypt.. International praise for the movie
The second part of Avatar, titled The Way Of Water, will be shown in Egypt on Wednesday, amid expectations of achieving record global revenues.
A special screening of the film was held on Tuesday evening in a cinema in Cairo, in the presence of a number of stars in the artistic community, including the star Bushra, director Mohamed Diab, artist Ahmed Magdy, Mervat Abu Auf, Islam Hafez, Nada Akram, Ahmed Magdy, and director Amr Salama, accompanied by his wife.
Egypt is the only Arab country in the Arab world that will show The Way of Water, along with 12 other countries, including Germany, France, Finland, Hong Kong, Belgium, Denmark, Italy and Sweden, before its official release in the United States, which will start in December.
Avatar: The Way Of Water received initial positive feedback after a special screening for critics, according to nme, with The Shape Of Water director Guillermo del Toro describing the film as "a stunning achievement, full of majestic scenes and emotions on an epic scale." .
As critic Josh Horowitz wrote, "Director James Cameron once again shows filmmakers how to make films like this. Avatar is a massive, emotional, profound epic."
Director James Cameron presents the second part of the movie "Avatar", 13 years after the launch of the first part, which is the most profitable movie of all time.
The second part of the film takes viewers back to the magical world of Pandora, where in the first part the people of the Blue Navi fought the colonial humans seeking to control the natural resources of the moon.
Actors Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana return for the sequel, which takes place a decade later, as Jake Sully and Neytiri, who are now parents with five children.
Their peaceful life in the woods is disturbed by the return of the "Sky People," as the Na'vi people give to humans, to pursue Sully. In an attempt to protect their family and clan, Sulei, Neytiri and their sons flee to a faraway land and seek refuge with the Mtkaina clan.
The family, whose bodies and skills have been adapted to life in the jungle, must quickly learn water handling techniques to survive the threat of their enemy.
And the movie (Avatar), which was shown for the first time in 2009, is the most profitable movie of all time, as the value of its ticket sales worldwide amounted to 2.9 billion dollars.
It is planned to produce four more parts of the film until 2028. Producer John Landau stated that most of the third part has already been filmed. "We will continue to explore new filming locations for Pandora, and we will continue to meet new and different clans."