Avatar 2: Will Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) ‘s family be on the run?

New details on the plot ofAvatar 2 revealed by producer Jon Landau indicate that in the sequel to the famous film on the Na’vis, we will follow the Sully family through epic adventures. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) will have three children in the sequel (played by Jamie Flatters, Britain Dalton and Trinity Bliss), and we will follow their journey on the surface of their huge planet. However, one sentence in his statement challenged us because, according to him, “They are forced to leave their house, they go out and explore the different regions of Pandora, including spending a lot of time on water, around water and in water“.


In other words, there is a good chance that the family of Sully and Neytiri flees something or someone in the course of their adventures! But what threat could be sufficient to make them leave their clan and their house? Two options are to be taken into consideration: their tracking by men, or a natural disaster occurring at the place of their home. If we believe the new shooting photo ofAvatar 2, on which we see the human ships Matador and Picador, their enemy will undoubtedly consist of Earthlings … And we would not be surprised that it materializes in the form of Colonel Quaritch (Stephen Lang), the villain of the first film !


Wounded (we thought he was killed) by two arrows shot by Neytiri when he was going to kill Jake sleeping in his box, this enemy of the Na’vis will miraculously return in the rest of the franchise. It could be that this bad guy was repatriated to Earth for treatment, and that back on Pandora, he has only one goal: to take revenge on the ex-soldier and the blue warrior ! For that, he could set their habitat on fire and blood, forcing them to go into exile in order to preserve the rest of their tribe while saving their skin. The submerged part of Pandora could become their only way to escape Quaritch, but he would find a way to pursue them thanks to water ships! What do you think of this theory?


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