In the past few hours, the official account of the Avatar sul social network Instagram shared some spectacular images of Jarvis Bay, in Australia, comparing them to those of the moon Pandora created by the visionary director James Cameron.
The images were taken by Jordan Robins, acclaimed wildlife photographer published by National Geographic and winner of multiple industry awards, and show Breathtaking panoramas enriched by the famous bioluminescence typical of the narrative universe of Avatar; not surprisingly, as you can see in the post at the bottom of the article, the official account of the saga pays homage to Robins' shots with the hashtag #PandoraOnEarth, and reads:
"Thank you Jordan Robins for sharing these beautiful photographs with us. These bioluminescent waves can be seen in Jervis Bay, Australia, but they wouldn't look out of place on our favorite moon!"
Recall that the highly anticipated Avatar 2 will be released on December 16, 2022: after the first sequel to the award-winning science fiction cult of 2009, the king of the box office recently returned at the expense of Avengers: Endgame, the director, screenwriter and producer James Cameron will continue to expand his narrative universe with three more films, since Avatar 3 already has a release date set for December 20, 2024 and will follow that too Avatar 4 (December 18, 2026) e Avatar 5 (December 22, 2028).
The last chapter, this being the case, will be released nineteen years after the first Avatar.