Avatar will be re-released in theatres ahead of Avatar: The Way Of The Wind.

A new trailer for the remastered film, complete with a non-Papyrus logo, has been released.

In anticipation of the long-awaited theatrical release of Avatar: The Way Of Water, James Cameron is re-releasing the original Avatar. The 2009 film will be re-released in theatres on September 23, complete with a new trailer, promotional poster, and 4K remastering. Because the film was recently removed from Disney+ in anticipation of its re-release, this may be the only way to relive those 13-year-old memories of it.

Let’s go over Avatar again, because all this writer remembers of the original is so much blue that it hurt her tween eyes. Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaa, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sigourney Weaver star in the original Avatar. Worthington stars as Jake Sully, an injured Marine who embarks on a highly classified and technologically advanced mission that involves fusing himself with a “avatar” on the extrasolar moon Pandora.

He bonds with the humanoid Na’vi population, particularly with Saldaa’s Neytiri, with whom he has sex by mystically joining their long braids. He is then tasked with defending the planet against the colonising Resources Development Administration, which is mining Pandora’s resource unobtanium.

Worthington, Saldaa, Lang, and Weaver (in a new role) will return in Avatar: The Way Of Water, with new cast members including Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, Michelle Yeoh, Oona Chaplin, CJ Jones, and Vin Diesel. The events of the film, co-written by Josh Friedman, take place more than a decade after the first, with the RDA returning to threaten Pandora’s survival once more.

Avatar will be released in theatres on September 23, with Avatar: The Way Of Water following on December 16.