Avatar 3 will introduce fire Na’vi to the mix

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4 Jan 2023, 14:15

Na'vi characters from avatar against a sky background

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Fans waited a very long time for the Avatar sequel, Avatar: The Way Of Water and now they're getting even more information about the third edition.

Director James Cameron has revealed an outline for the third film in the series.

The forest Na'vi were the stars of the first film, with water Na'vi stealing the show for the second.

It seems that the third film will focus on new arrivals: fire Na'vi.

Cameron opened up during an interview with French publication 20 Minutes (via Total Film).

He revealed that the third film will include what he calls the “Ash People”.

The director says it give a chance for people to delve even further into the Na'vi life.

“So far I have only shown their good sides,” he said.

"In the early films, there are very negative human examples and very positive Na’vi examples and in Avatar 3, we will do the opposite.”

Maybe it's time for some less-than-angelic Na'vi to shine?

It might just turn the themes of the films so far on their head.

It looks like we won't have too long to wait either to see the third film.

Cameron has already finished production on it, and there is a scheduled date for cinemas of December 20th, 2024.

Producer Jon Landau said that the Na'vi will come to earth if the series reaches Avatar 5.

Landau told Gizmodo: “Well, it’s funny, wasn’t going to talk about it, but I’ve now subsequently heard that Jim has talked about it a little bit. In [‘Avatar 5’] there is a section of the story where we go to Earth. And we go to it to open people’s eyes, open Neytiri’s eyes, to what exists on Earth.”

“Earth is not just represented by the RDA [the franchise’s evil organization known as the Resources Development Administration],” he said.

“Just like you’re defined by the choices you make in life, not all humans are bad. Not all Na’vi are good. And that’s the case here on Earth. And we want to expose Neytiri to that.”