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The most beloved creature of Avatar 2 will return in the third part, but so will his worst nightmare

More than a month after the premiere of Avatar: The Sense of Water we still do not know what the ceiling of the film is James Cameron. The film continues to add figures at the box office and it does not seem impossible that it will become the highest grossing of all time.

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spoiler warning: from this moment on, the plot of the film will be openly discussed.

With the story still vibrating in our heads, we already have clues as to what we can expect in the third part. In this film we have been able to see Pakayan, a kind of Esports Extrasntic whale that receives the name of Tulkun and that becomes a friend of Lo’ak, son of Jake and Neytiri. The scenes in which he appears make it clear that he has a great relationship with the young man, but in turn is tormented by Mick Scoresby.

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We are talking about the particular villain of the creature, who is a hunter who has obtained a deal to sell a substance that these beings generate in their brain. Cameron has had no qualms about showing us scenes in which we are shown exactly how these animals are hunted, so we quickly Payakan has become one of the most beloved characters.

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Jon Landau, producer of Avatar: The Sense of Water, has spoken precisely about him in Empire and has made it clear that “we see Payakan as a character, not just as a creature. We will continue to explore his relationship with Lo’ak.” However, we also have confirmation that Scoresby will be back and will be even more dangerous as he lost his arm in the final stretch.

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In any case, We will not see the result on screen until 2024. In Avatar 3 we will change the narrator and we will have a tribe that is closely related to fire on the screen.

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