When is Avatar: The Way of Water available on Disney+?on May 16, 2023 at 09:01 Tech Advisor
James Cameron has once again shaken up the box office records with Avatar: The Way of Water, the sequel to 2009’s Avatar. Since its release in December 2022, it has surged past Titanic, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Avengers: Infinity War to become the third-highest-grossing film of all time.
Avatar: The Way of Water once again follows Jake Sully, who has now settled with his new family in Pandora. However, he must unite with others to defend the land when a familiar threat emerges.
But how can you watch it at home in the US and UK? We have all the information you need.
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When is Avatar: The Way of Water available on Disney+ and Max?
Disney+ confirmed that Avatar 2 will be available on 7 June 2023 in the US and UK.
Disney+ accounts start from $7.99/£7.99 per month, and you can sign up on the Disney+ website.
In addition, the film will land on Max (formerly HBO Max) on the same date (7 June) in the US. You can sign up on the website, with prices starting from $9.99 per month.
Whilst neither Disney+ nor Max offer free trials directly, HBO Max is currently available as an Amazon Channel. Therefore, if you’re sign up to Prime Video then you should be able to get a seven-day trial. You may then be able to use this to watch Avatar: The Way of Water for free.
Of course, HBO Max is rebranding as Max this May, so we don’t know if the free trial will still be available when 7 June rolls around. We will update this article when we know more.
When is Avatar: The Way of Water available on VOD?
US and UK viewers can now buy Avatar 2 digitally.
Here is where you can get it:
Amazon Prime Video Apple TV Vudu Movies Anywhere
Amazon Prime Video Apple TV Sky Store
When is Avatar: The Way of Water available on DVD/Blu-ray?
No DVD or Blu-ray release date has been confirmed for Avatar: The Way of Water, but we expect it to be not too long after the Disney+ release.