Here’s where you can watch Avatar: The Way of Water online now

Everything you need to know before tuning in.
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If you haven’t seen the 2009 film, Avatar, then this is your sign to add it to your to-watch list ASAP.

Or, if you’ve been an Avatar fan ever since, then you’ll be well across that the second instalment of the film, Avatar: The Way of Water arrived in 2022.

Now, Sam Worthington has revealed to People magazine that the cast and crew will return to production in February! Director James Cameron is reportedly well into post-production for Avatar 3 with the remainder of the fourth film still needing to be filmed.

“”We go back to work on it in a month and it’s big,” Sam said. “It’s bigger than you can imagine.”

So, in light of this news, we’ll do what we do best, and that is to rewatch classics with a wine in one hand and a cheeseboard very close by.

More Avatar sequels are on their way.

(20th Century Studios)

What is Avatar about?

It’s been 14 years since Avatar first graced our screens, so we won’t blame you if you’ve slightly forgotten about the show’s premise.

In short: Avatar is set in the future – 2154 to be exact, where the Earth’s natural resources have been depleted. We explore the lush alien world, Pandora, that is inhabited by the Na’vi who are blue-skinned, 10-foot-tall, sapient humanoids.

At Pandora where the atmosphere is poisonous to humans, through ‘Avatars’ (Na’vi-human hybrid) humans can explore the alien world in a relatively safe way.

A paralysed former marine (Jake Sully, played by Sam Worthington) becomes mobile again through his Avatar, falls in love with a Na’vi woman (Ney’tiri, Zoe Saldaña) and together they fight for the survival of the Pandorian world.

The lush alien world, Pandora, is inhabited by the Na’vi who are blue-skinned, 10-foot-tall, sapient humanoids.

(20th Century Studios)

What is Avatar: The Way of Water about?

Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, Avatar: The Way of Water follows Jake, Neytiri and their family as new trouble arises.

The film sees the return of Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver, Joel David Moore and Stephen Lang, alongside new faces like Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, Giovanni Rabisi and Kate Winslet.

Not long following its cinema release, the film is already listed as the seventh highest-grossing film of all time – so you can bet it’s worth a watch.

WATCH BELOW: Avatar: The Way of Water | New Trailer

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Where to watch Avatar in Australia

Lucky for you, watching both Avatar films in Australia is easy. You can stream Avatar right now on Disney+, and refresh your memory before tuning in for the second film.

Avatar: The Way of The Water is also available to watch online now on Disney+ and includes bonus content featuring filmmakers, cast and crew.

Stream Avatar now on Disney+ here with a mth-to-mth no lock-in contract. Subscribe here.

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