Sigourney Weaver is tackling a brand new performing problem: she might be enjoying a young person in “Avatar: The Approach of Water,” the actor informed Empire journal in a brand new interview. On July 1, the 72-year-old actor, whose character Dr. Grace Augustine died within the unique 2009 “Avatar” movie, revealed that she might be enjoying a teenage Na’vi who’s the adopted daughter of Sam Worthington’s character, Jake Sully, and Zoe Saldana’s Neytiri. “I believe all of us just about keep in mind what we had been feeling as adolescents,” Weaver informed the journal, revealing that her character might be named Kiri. “I actually do. I used to be 5′ 10″ or 5′ 11″ after I was 11. I felt strongly that Kiri would really feel awkward a number of the time. She’s trying to find who she is. I used to be thrilled to be on condition that problem.”
The revelation is the most recent element to shed a bit of sunshine on what followers can anticipate from the “Avatar” sequel. It has been a very long time because the unique “Avatar” landed in theaters — over a decade, the truth is, because it got here out in 2009. The film takes place in a future when people, who’ve utterly depleted Earth’s pure sources, journey to the fictional moon of Pandora to mine for sources, kicking off a struggle with the Na’vi, the moon’s inhabitants, a species of 10-foot-tall humanoid aliens. The film went on to turn out to be the highest-grossing film of all time. Whereas James Cameron’s movie was purported to get a sequel a few years in the past, manufacturing was delayed on the big-budget function. The time has lastly come, although, for “Avatar 2” to be seen by the world, and new particulars have continued to emerge through the years.
Although the sequel’s plot continues to be fairly imprecise to audiences, we’ll actually be taught extra within the coming months earlier than the film is formally launched. This is every part we all know to this point about this long-awaited sequel, together with among the new expertise becoming a member of the forged.