Avatar (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD)  [Region Free]
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Cameron’s production company, Lightstorm Entertainment in partnership with Christie Digital, has been working on new 3D technology that will remove the need for wearing glasses to see the effects. A whole generation has passed since an Avatar film was in theaters and director James Cameron is hoping to top the box office once again with new cutting-edge technology. Reported by Inside the Magic (via WeChoiceBlogger), Christie Digital has been implementing a new RGB laser projection system into the production of all four Avatar sequels.
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At the time of writing, Cameron has four sequels mapped out, bringing the total number of Avatar films in the series to five. Meanwhile, Empire's Amon Warmann had problems with the film's subplots but was happy to see the 3D technology be of top quality, tweeting, "The good news is that 3D is good again (yay!), and the action is pretty incredible (especially in the final act)." Similarly, Digital Spy's Ian Sandwell, despite having issues with the film's narrative and overabundance of characters, praised its visuals, tweeting, "Unsurprisingly, #AvatarTheWayOfWater is a visual masterpiece with rich use of 3D and breathtaking vistas." Directed by James Cameron under 20th Century Studios, the science-fiction sequel Avatar: The Way of Water will star returning cast members Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, and Sigourney Weaver, with new additions including Kate Winslet and Michelle Yeoh.