Fans of James Cameron’s Avatar have waited more than a decade for the film’s sequel. But the return to Pandora now approaches – and fans can experience the planet like never before, thanks to ScreenX and 4DX technology.

Jongryul Kim, CEO of CJ 4DPLEX, said, “We’re thrilled to immerse Avatar: The Way of Water audiences into James Cameron’s stunning sci-fi adventure with ScreenX and 4DX. Our premium formats can’t be replicated at home and deliver one-of-a-kind viewing experiences that will take audiences to new heights.”

Experience The Way of Water with ScreenX and 4DX

Both ScreenX and 4DX are premium film formats/cinema technologies designed to give fans a more immersive theater viewing experience. Here’s what that will look like for Avatar: The Way of Water.

ScreenX – ScreenX projects films on three sides of a theater, creating a 270-degree viewing experience. Essentially, you’ll still see the main action of the film on the screen in front of you, but you’ll also be able to turn left and right to see more of the environment everything’s taking place in.

(For the record, I got the chance to see Top Gun: Maverick on ScreenX earlier this year. I think the format will be an incredible setup for Avatar.)

Avatar: The Way of Water will play on over 349 ScreenX screens worldwide.

4DX – 4DX immerses audiences by using unique motion and environmental effects during a screening. Seats may move or vibrate, and you will experience effects like wind and water.

Avatar: The Way of Water will play on over 783 4DX screens worldwide.

Both ScreenX and 4DX will let fans feel like they’re stepping onto Pandora alongside the Avatar sequel’s main characters.

About Avatar: The Way of Water

Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, “Avatar: The Way of Water” begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive and the tragedies they endure.

Avatar: The Way of Water premieres in theaters December 16.

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