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'Avatar' Re-Release Has A Surprise For Fans And They Are Loving It

'Avatar' Re-Release Has A Surprise For Fans And They Are Loving It

The remastered version of Avatar features a nice surprise for fans, but there is a twist.

Avatar is a strange ol’ franchise. Considering it’s the highest grossing film of all time, there’s a weird lack of fanfare surrounding it. I’ve never actually encountered an Avatar superfan but there must be an appetite for more Na’vi content because there’s plenty on the way. In just a few months, the long-awaited sequel Avatar: The Way of Water is finally set to release, plus there’s Ubisoft’s upcoming Frontiers of Pandora game. In the meantime, you can currently catch a re-release of Avatar in cinemas, and fans are discovering it features a special surprise.

Check out the trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water below.

A remastered version of Avatar has been released in cinemas which makes sense given the impending release of The Way of Water. Avatar was released 13 years ago, so naturally, some people are going to need a refresher on all things Pandora. If you do pop to see the film, you won’t just be treated to shiny new graphics.

The film also includes a brand new glimpse at The Way of Water. I would explain what exactly this new glimpse includes but according to those who have seen the film, it appears to differ based on your cinema, market, or location. Regardless though, fans seem to be impressed.

Enteumestay tweeted, “I saw some scenes from Avatar: The Way of Water and it was so good. I can’t wait for December,” while EternitySystem added, “I didn’t expect to see a preview of the second film in a post-credits scene. It was impressive and promising.” Steph_en added, “The rendering was sublime.” Gvaucluse84 agreed, noting that the post-credits scenes are “astoundingly realistic.” The Way of Water is due to be released on 16 December.

Featured Image Credit: 20th Century Studios

Topics: TV And Film