Century Studios is giving a glimpse of the new film
Avatar: The Way of Water.
studio shared a teaser trailer for the sci-fi movie
Monday featuring Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldaña.
The Way of Water is a sequel to the 2009 film Avatar.
The movies take place on the fictional planet Pandora
and center on the conflict between humans and the
nature-loving species Na'vi.
and Saldaña return as Jake Sully and Neytiri.
The teaser trailer introduces the couple's children
and shows the family face a new threat on Pandora.
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, 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,"
an official synopsis reads.
The Way of Water is written, directed and produced
by James Cameron. The film also stars Sigourney Weaver,
Stephen Lang, Kate Winslet and Cliff Curtis.
and his team plan to release four sequels to Avatar.
Each installment will be a standalone film that "together
are an even greater connected epic saga," producer
Jon Landau said in April.
The Way of Water opens in theaters Dec. 16.
addition, a remastered version of the original Avatar
will screen in theaters Sept. 23.
AEW Dynamite tops one million viewers for TBS debut
show featured Page vs. Danielson II, the TBS tournament
finals, and more.
Dynamite's TBS debut averaged 1,010,000 viewers on
Wednesday night, up 3.6 percent from the final episode
on TNT. Its just the second time since October
6 that the show has topped one million viewers.
the 18-49 demo, Dynamite drew a 0.43 rating, up 16.2
percent from last week. Thats the show's best
number in the demo since September 29.
is also the first week that Dynamite aired live on
the West Coast since October 6.
show was up in every age group with the exception
of people over 50. In that category, Dynamite was
down 2.8 percent from the previous week.
biggest increase, by far, was in the 18-34 age group,
where the week-to-week jump was 79 percent.
show also increased more with women than with men.
In the 18-49 age group, women were up 20 percent and
men were up 10 percent. In 12-34, the difference was
even more dramatic. Females in that demo doubled last
week's number, while males were up 45 percent.
compared to this week last year, when Dynamite aired
head-to-head with NXT New Year's Evil and also against
news coverage of the United States Capitol insurrection,
Dynamite was up 52.6 percent in overall viewers and
up 72 percent in the demo.
below are the last 11 weeks of overall viewership
and 18-49 demo numbers for Dynamite. The debut show
on TBS was up 8.7 percent in viewers and up 22.9 percent
in 18-49 from the 10-week averages prior to this week.
noted, the controversy surrounding Tony Khan and Big
Swole was a hot topic this weekend. It began with
an episode of Big Swoles Swole World
show that aired on Call-In. During the episode, the
former AEW star pointed to a lack of diversity in
the top spots of the company as one of the leading
factors in her departure in 2021.
Khan responded in a single tweet, pointed to how other
people of color have succeeded in AEW, and then said
he let Swoles contract expire because her wrestling
wasnt good enough.
top 2 @AEW execs are brown (me & Megha)!! Jade,
Bowens, Caster, Dante, Nyla, Isiah & Marq Quen
all won on tv this month. The TBS Title Tournament
has been very diverse. I let Swoles contract
expire as I felt her wrestling wasnt good enough.
#AEWRampage Street Fight TONIGHT!, he
continued to retweet posts throughout the day yesterday,
but it wasnt until this morning that she finally
posted a tweet of her own. In it, she implored the
wrestling community to listen intently to her podcast
because she believes her words are being misunderstood.
Sunday, take time to actually listen to the podcast
instead of reading headlines and excerpts. Understand
diversity isnt just a statistic, counting us/POC
isnt the mindset, she writes. Not
one time did I ever mention anyone as racist. Comprehension
AEW star that quickly reacted to the situation in
frustration was Lio Rush, who demanded that Tony Khan
apologize for his statement to Big Swole. But since
that transpired, it looks as though Rush had a heart-to-heart
with Tony Khan and has more optimism toward their
want this to be clear I do not consider this
to be a diversity issue, and I at no point have thought
or said that AEW or Tony is racist, Lio Rush
writes. We can all clearly see that wrestling
as a whole and the AEW roster is perpetually diverse.
The issue at hand was a racial insensitivity issue.
spoken to Tony and Megah, we have discussed the endeavors
to further understand the struggles of the black community.
I am grateful to be able to understand more about
Tony and Megahs own ethnic backgrounds and glad
that they are actively seeking input from an African
American perspective. I am proud to work for a boss
and company that try to make these strides in social
equality, Rush continues. I look forward
to working with Tony to keep making steps towards
positive change. I pray that 2022 is a year of positive
change in all aspects. Happy New Year and GOD BLESS.
AEW stars like Powerhouse Hobbs, Jade Cargill, &
Shawn Dean also made statements concerning this ordeal.
You can see their various statements at