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No one can wait for James Cameron’s Avatar 2. Ever since its announcement, the makers have been doing their level best not to “spill any beans” about the plot and characters of the film’s sequels. However, if the reports are to be believed, the first glimpse of the “magnum opus” can be caught at the CinemaCon 2022. Fans will also be excited to know that the second installment of the sci-fi series of movies will release on the 16th of December. This announcement has come out almost thirteen years after the release of the original Avatar.

As per reports suggested by THR, the first clipping of the sequels is expected to be shown at the CinemaCon. The event is currently underway in Las Vegas. The event had earlier shown off the opening 15 minutes of Brad Pitt’s “Bullet Train” and of “Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” then suggesting the same for Avatar’s sequel.

The industry insider “Steven Weintraub” had recently taken to Twitter to state that Avatar 2’s trailer might be online to debut during the third day of the CinemaCon 2022. His tweet said, “Now I am 100000% sure that the first #avatar 2 footage will be shown at the #CinemaCon. What I can’t seem to figure out is if it’s the trailer or the 15 to 20 min of footage. Will know on Wednesday. Remember to never, ever bet against @JimCameron Cannot even wait to see how he’s been using technology to tell the further tale (sic).

Anticipated fans cannot wait now to witness the magic that James Cameron has created all over this past decade. Avatar had first released back in 2009. It was a globe-trotting hit and had earned 2.7 billion USD at the global box office.

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