Jake Sully never thought parenting four, sometimes five; children would be so hard. Avatar: The Way of Water presents his predicament from his family’s perspectives and, at times, from his own. As fans of the franchise will be aware, there was a scene deleted from the final cinema version of the first Avatar, where Neytiri …
Avatar: The Way Of Water – Who Is Paz Socorro?
Who is Spider’s mother?
More Explanation Into Kiri – Avatar: The Way Of Water
The pieces are slowly coming together…
Avatar: The Way Of Water – Who Is Spider’s Father?
Who is the biological father of Spider?
What Happened To Norm Spellman?
Whatever happened to our buddy Norm Spellman?
Avatar: The Way Of Water Clip – Kiri Tearfully Tells Jake About Her Connection To Eywa
Kiri talks to Jake about her connection to Eywa in second clip from Avatar: The Way of Water.
Avatar: The Way Of Water Clip – Neytiri And Jake Argue Over What They Should Do!
Jake and Neytiri argue in the first clip from Avatar: The Way of Water.
Avatar: The Way Of Water – Relationships Between The Sully Siblings + Their Parents
Understanding The Sully Siblings.
Why Grace Had Every Right To Be Concerned About The RDA
Grace’s concerns were entirely valid.
Avatar: The Way Of Water – Will The Film Begin With An Explainer Of What Happened Between Movies?
Will The Way of Water start with a flashback sequence?
Avatar: The Way Of Water – Meet The First Family Of The Metkayina Clan
Meet the first family of the Metkayina clan.
Meet The Sully Children + A Recap Of The First Film
Who are Jake and Neytiri’s children?
Avatar: The Way Of Water – What Happened To Parker Selfridge?
Whatever happened to Parker Selfridge?
Avatar: The Way Of Water – How Is Kiri Connected To The Larger Story And How Does She Exist?
Who is Kiri and how does she fit in the larger story of Avatar: The Way of Water?
Avatar: The Way Of Water – How Is Quaritch Alive?
How is Colonel Quaritch still alive?
Avatar: The Way Of Water – Why Does Neytiri Have Issues With Miles “Spider” Socorro?
Neytiri has issues with raising a human child