Avatar The Way of Water: Titanic heroine Kate Winslet's look revealed

Everyone is eagerly waiting for James Cameron's upcoming film 'Avatar: The Way of Water'.

Its trailer released along with Doctor Strange 2 has increased the excitement of the people.

At the same time, the look of Kate Winslet, who plays an important character in the film, has been revealed.

Yes, 'Titanic' heroine Kate Winslet, who made the third place in Hollywood's highest-grossing films, is going to be seen in 'Avatar: The Way of Water'.

Funny thing is, Kate Winslet. After 25 years of 'Titanic', director is going to join hands with James Cameron.

The actress revealed during the interview that she learned the art of holding her breath for long periods of time underwater for the film.

If reports are to be believed, Kate broke Tom Cruise's record of holding breath for the longest time under water in a feature film. 

During the interview, when the actress was asked about reuniting with Cameron after all these years after 'Titanic', 

Winslet said, "Jim and I have completely changed in these 25 years. He has calmed down, and I have I've definitely become more active."

Let us tell you that the first part of this intergalactic epic film of James Cameron came in the year 2009 and during this time the second part of the film was also announced.

But it took almost 13 years for James Cameron to bring the idea of ​​'Avatar 2' to the canvas.

However, now people's wait is over, James Cameron is all set to release his much awaited film 'Avatar 2' in the theaters on 16th December.

The film Avatar was released in the year 2009. After more than a decade,

now a new chapter will be started in the sequel of Avatar. "Avatar: The Way of Water" 

will follow the next chapter in the lives of Sam Worthington's Jake and Joe Saldana Nettieri, as they now become parents.

There are also reports that 20th Century Studios is also re-releasing the first Avatar in theaters before the sequel of the film Avatar.

The film will release on September 23, 2022 and viewers will once again be able to watch Avatar in 3D.