James Cameron substitutes father Jake Sully and cast his son Lo’ak as the new narrator for Avatar 3.He further stated that next three upcoming sequels will constitute different narrators to establish the storyline.
Avatar 3 is all set to feature Lo’ak as the new narrator.We shall now see the upcoming sequel through the lens of Lo’ak. Yes,you heard that correctly,son replaces father Jake Sully in the sequels thereafter.
To break the monotony, director James Cameron dropped a spoiler to intrigue the curiosity of the fans stating that human-turned-Na’vi and main protagonist Jake Sully ‘Sam Worthington’ to be replaced by his second son,in an interview.
James Cameron further says that on a conference with the Soundtracking with Edith Bowman Podcast,they will make calculative steps depending on the feedback of the audiences from the second movie,with Lo’ak played in Avatar.The alternative idea is already there to turn the role of The Way of Water by Britain Dalton a much bigger one.
How does the change in narrator revealed by James Cameron ?
In an interview with Edibow Cameron cleared the dust of the predictions by stating that the response of the audiences in this current release is of utmost importance.
Just by jumbling up the scenes will not be a help to gain the love of the fans again.It will not be radical and much be like jumbling up the scenes here and there.
He further goes on giving examples of how Lo’ak really emerged as a character that struck in accordance with the sentiment of the masses. Lo’ak is already the narrator and he suddenly realizes that he is giving away hints…which for him is absolutely perfect to increase the curiosity for the people.
Cameron further went on to unfurl further crucial information for the Avatar Sequels,narrating that each season will be narrated by a different character.
Jake Sully was their voiceover narrator for the first two seasons.To see through the eyes of different characters will have a better impact on the audiences.
Avatar: Story of the narrator in the first two seasons
Avatar: The Way of Water narrates the story of the Sully Family,the trouble that follows them,the extremes they go to keep each other safe and battles to win to stay alive and the tragedies endured.
Avatar: The Way of Water is now in theaters with three more sequels scheduled.Avatar 3 will be releasing in the year 2024 and further sequels are scheduled for 2026 and 2028.
James Cameron has now accepted that he will make the Avatar by a different narrator in all the upcoming sequels
James Cameron, facing monumental success, has marked a striking decision to make more sequels.Avatar: the Way of Water has reached the $2 billion mark and this has finalized the decision of gifting audiences with a trilogy.Well looking at the box office rankings,Cameron will now helm all five of the planned follow ups.
The momentum by which the film is passing out break even records in the box office has triggered Cameron to do more sequels.He is sure that they will again sit for a discussion soon with the top of Disney folks to chalk out the game plan going forward for Avatar 3,to put their vision out of the pandora box.Avatar 3 has already been captured and photographed,with the upcoming ones 4 and 5 already documented.James Cameron is elated to announce that they have begun a franchise at this point of time.
What to expect from the narrator and other characters in the upcoming sequels ?
He further stated that the audiences should be ready to explore Lo’ak a lot more in Avatar 3.The character is the middle child of Sully (Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña),and he is a bit of hot head to struggle to live up to the expectations set by his older brother,Neteyam(Jamie Flatters).Travelling to the next film Lo’ak will now be the eldest Sully Child after Netyam’s death.The seeds of Lo’ak forming a relationship with Tsireya (Bailey Bass) has already been planted in the Way of Water.
With detailed description remaining under the carpet,Cameron also hints to the audience that it will feather a new tribe of fire Na’vi that they have to save their lives from.
There will be different cultures from those Cameron has already shown.Cameron served 20 minutes of the next sequel stating that the Na’vi tribe is always seen under the positive light.They will now be seen as ‘Ash people’.
The negativity of a human trait will be turned to an optimistic one whereas the Na’vi will be shown in a negative light. The last parts will be the served meal on the table.The initial seasons were an introduction and now the best of the new worlds and continuation of the story of a character will be thoroughly mitigated.
The rumor claimed that the latest cut of Avatar 3 will be clocked in at nine hours,with the director apparently keen to complete the VFX on this cut before streamlining it down to more digestible lengths.
Thus,the upcoming Avatar sequels will have a major switch over in narration style,theme and action.