5 things we’d love to see in ‘Avatar 3’

Avatar: The Path of Water It just came out, and believe it or not, I’m already craving more Pandora.

The still nameless avatar 3 has already been filmed, with a release date set for December 2024. Based on the ending of the path of water, we know that Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana)’s fight to rid Pandora of the sky people, aka humans, will continue. That obviously leaves a lot of leeway for speculation, but I just happen to have a whole wish list of things I want to see happen in avatar 3.


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1. You can never have too many space whales.

The tulkun are the best.
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With its flying ikran, bioluminescent wood sprites, and sinister viperwolves, Pandora’s wildlife is easily the most exciting element of the Avatar franchise. Meeting fantastic new creatures is a surefire way to create awe, and nothing is more impressive (in every sense of the word) than the tulkun. This whale-like alien species has a deep bond with the Metkayina Na’vi, and they are the clear MVPs of The Way of the Water. They captured my heart with their many fins and deep intelligence, and I desperately want to spend more time with them in the future. Avatar dues This sentiment extends to each and every one of the strange creatures that James Cameron and his team can dream of: Give them to me with spades!

2. Are there more Na’vi clans?

Two blue Na'vi aliens.

Are there Na’vi apart from the forest and ocean clans?
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Avatar introduced us to the clans of the forest of Pandora. the path of water He introduced us to the people of the reef. Each have their own cultures and physical adaptations suited to the environment in which they live. For example, ocean clans have flatter tails that help them maneuver in the water. How would these differences extend to other biomes, such as deserts or plains? Knowing the rest of the Na’vi population definitely seems to help in the fight against the humans, so chances are we’ll see them soon. However, my main hope here is that Avatar the sequels are more conscious of his portrayal of the Na’vi. They’re clearly inspired by real-life indigenous cultures, but all too often they fall into damaging tropes, like the “wise savage.”


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3. What is the full range of Kiri’s powers?

A blue Na'vi alien smiling in front of the ocean.

What is the truth?
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Jake and Neytiri’s adopted daughter, Kiri, has a strange birth story, to put it mildly. She is the daughter of the scientist Grace, who died in the first Avatar but whose avatar form was held in stasis and miraculously gave birth to a child. In future installments of Avatar, we are sure we know the truth about his parentage (I have my theories). But more than that, I hope we get to see more of her fascinating abilities, which seem to connect her to Pandora and her deity Eywa de ella. In the path of water, we saw how Eywa’s forest sprites gravitated towards her and how she could hold her breath underwater for much longer than even the Metkayina. In her most badass moment yet, we also saw her tamper with a Pandora sea anemone to kill an attacking human. My wish is simple: More of all that! Kiri is sure to grow up, face more challenges, and learn to push the limits of whatever her powers may be, giving viewers plenty of opportunities to see an extraordinary new hero come to life.

4. Will we ever see what is happening on Earth?

A Na'vi finds himself in a science lab with human scientists.

Things are pretty bad on Earth, but how bad?
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As General Ardmore tells us in the path of water, Earth is in bad shape. Pandora is about to be humanity’s next home. And while I love spending time on Pandora (again, especially with the whales), a part of me is curious what Earth looks like right now. What kind of weather-ravaged, resource-depleted hellscape does Cameron have cooking up in his brain? And speaking of Earth…

5. What if we take the fight to humans?

A Na'vi rides a sea creature onto a huge whaling ship.

A Na’vi invasion of Earth is ridiculous, but hear me out…
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This is by far the most ridiculous and least plausible item on my bucket list, but wouldn’t it be crazy to see the Na’vi come to Earth and defeat their enemies back home? A large part of me thinks that would be silly, like the franchise approach. should stay on pandora The rest of me doesn’t care that I’m dumb though, just wants to see an army of Pandoran creatures and Na’vi charging through a city. That is Avatar wish fulfillment, right? As with the rest of these movies, we might as well go big or go home.

Avatar: The Path of Water is now in theaters.

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