Avatar: The Way of Water is coming to streaming, but it’ll be a digital rental
Avatar: The Way of Water will arrive first as a digital paid rental, alongside 3 hours of additional content, 4K resolution, and Dolby Atmos compatibility.
Many have been wondering when Avatar: The Way of Water will arrive to our homes after sweeping theaters around the world. Well, it seems that the answer is getting closer, since for the moment its availability has been confirmed as a streaming rental for the US, starting on March 28, 2023. This according to a report by Gizmodo, which announced that the new James Cameron film will be seen with a digital payment format on platforms like Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Hulu and others.
Avatar: The Way of Water as a digital rental
This all means that Avatar: The Way of Water won’t initially arrive at Disney+, but it’ll eventually land there as a free streaming option (although there’s no specific date for that), the creator of the movie intends to continue raising money through its digital rental. For this, various incentives will be offered, such as up to three hours of additional content, 4K quality, and Dolby Atmos sound on compatible systems.
Among the extras, we find up to 15 behind-the-scenes style video featurettes about Pandora and its enormous universe, as well as 4 documentaries on key aspects of Avatar: The Way of Water. All this after a little more than 3 months after its release in theaters, a little more than usual due to its good performance box office. Now all we have to do is wait for its premiere on Disney+ and a Physical release on DVD and Blu-ray; Will we also see an extended edition of Avatar 2 as it happened with the first part?
Source | Gizmodo
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