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When is ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Coming To Blu-Ray?

Disney will be releasing Avatar: The Way of Water in theaters beginning December 16, 2022. 

Naturally, Avatar: The Way of Water is highly anticipated as it comes 13 years after the original movie, but when exactly will you be able to watch Avatar: The Way of Water on digital platforms and Blu-Ray from the comfort of your home? Read on for all details! 

Avatar: The Way of Water Blu-Ray Release Date

As of now, Disney has not provided any official updates regarding the availability of Avatar: The Way of Water on physical media formats like DVD, Blu-ray, or Ultra HD. However, we can make informed speculation by examining the release patterns of similar films.

We anticipate that Avatar: The Way of Water will be available on DVD, Blu-ray or Ultra HD in either May or June. We will keep this article updated with any official information from Disney.

Update: According to a new listing from Canadian distributor DealsAreUs, Avatar: The Way of Water will release on Blu-ray and 4K UHD physical formats on Tuesday, June 20. Just keep in mind this is not an official date from Disney.

UPDATE 5/22/23 – Avatar: The Way of Water makes its long-awaited debut on 4K UHD, Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD and the original Avatar arrives for the first time on 4K UHD in High Dynamic Range to digital retailers and on Blu-ray disc on June 20, 202.

Avatar: The Way of Water Digital Release Date

Disney has yet to make an official announcement regarding the release of Avatar: The Way of Water on digital platforms like iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Store.

Based on previous releases, we expect Avatar: The Way of Water to be available digitally by March or April 2023, possibly even later.

The success of the movie at the box office will play a significant role in determining how quickly it will be available for digital release.

When a movie is performing well at the box office, the theatrical window is often extended to maximize ticket sales. Afterwards, Disney will prepare for a digital release to capitalize on the next wave of sales. Given the high production cost of Avatar: The Way of Water, Disney is expected to prioritize a lengthy theatrical run to achieve a large box office return.

Typically, movies become available on digital platforms around 45 days after their theatrical release for recent releases. However, for Avatar: The Way of Water, Disney has decided on an extended theatrical window to maximize its box office earnings.

Update: Disney has confirmed that Avatar: The Way of Water will be available from all major digital retailers, including Prime Video, Apple TV, Vudu and Movies Anywhere on March 28.

Avatar: The Way of Water Disney Plus Release Date

We’re expecting to see Avatar: The Way of Water arrive on Disney+ in March or April 2023. However, Disney hasn’t officially confirmed a release date. You can read more details about Avatar: The Way of Water coming to Disney+ here.

UPDATE: Avatar: The Way of Water arrives on Disney+ on June 7, 2023.

What is Avatar: The Way of Water About?

Jake Sully lives with his newfound family formed on the planet of Pandora. Once a familiar threat returns to finish what was previously started, Jake must work with Neytiri and the army of the Na’vi race to protect their planet. Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) is directed by James Cameron and will be released on December 16th, 2022.

17 thoughts on “When is ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Coming To Blu-Ray?”

  1. Wish I could go see it again. My budget does not allow that any more. I’ll have to wait until the 3D Blue Ray becomes available. ;o(

  2. Sure would be nice if this movie wasn’t being held for box office like this, the day of the theatre is over, we all moved on from that.
    2 years in lock down watching it all from home, now its what we all prefer. No loud people, whatever treats WE WANT, no smelly people, no discomfort, most importantly, NO HIGH COST!! ( cost my family almost$200 at theatre after snacks ). This is the way now, the home comfort way.
    I will wait however long it takes to be available at home.

  3. Got To say , after investing some considerable money on my home theatre, I find that it’s much more convenient to watch at home. However I also find that the sense of occasion is somewhat lost and my attention span is diminished.

    There is still something special about the good old fashioned cinema experience that my fantastic home cinema lacks.

    If I could only have one I probably go home but with some big reservations.

  4. I will ab-so-LUTELY wait for the Blu Ray release before going to a theatre to watch this! I’ve got a great home theatre system. This movie is over 3 hours long (well, 3 hours & 12 minutes… the S.S. Minnow was only a three hour tour, a threeee hour toooour!) At home, I can pause for bathroom break, grab a drink, get some munchies, or get up & stretch without missing a thing. PLUS….no annoying people right in front of me lighting up the entire theatre with their cellphone which chimes away every 5 or 6 seconds, them talking to each other non-stop, being a complete @ss of themselves (you know…because the world revolves around THEM!) just ruining it for everyone there. Ushers in theatres just don’t exist anymore, so don’t think I can just up & go get someone to quiet them down. BEHAVE YOURSELF, CHILDREN! Yes, the 20 somethings…I’m talking to you! Grow up & learn that the world revolves around others, not just you!
    /Now GET OFF MY LAWN! and stop disrespecting others.

  5. The wait has been way too long no longer interested moved on to other things . Too much hype and no do ,very sad.

  6. This is crazy been in theaters since 12/16/22 they’ve been telling us out in video in March 2023, then April 2023 now it’s saying may 2023 totally wrong them egging people on,cause then they say the hell with it. They would make millions of they would just put it out for sale damn avatar 3 is getting ready to hit theaters soon? Come on people we’ve already waited over 10 years. . Desperately waiting,


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