The universe of “Avatar” is expanding: the director of the franchise, James Cameron, spoke about a new tribe that inhabits the world of movies. He is called “merchants of wind” (in the original, the merchants of wind). CBR writes about it.
Apparently, they are a nomadic people who specialize in trade. It is not known if the “wind merchants” will appear in the third part and if they will appear in the later ones.
This isn’t the only new tribe Cameron talked about. He previously announced that the Fire Tribe warrior will play an important role in the third part. Their leader is called Varang (the role went to Una Chaplin from Game of Thrones). Ash’s people, as they are also called, “will not be as friendly” as the previous inhabitants of Pandora.
“In the early movies, there are very negative human characters and very positive Na’vi characters. In Avatar 3, we will do the opposite,” said the director.
Avatar 3 producer Jon Landau later echoed Cameron’s sentiment, noting that the Na’vi have the same capacity for virtue and vice as humans. “There are good people and there are bad people. It’s the same with the Na’vi.”
Recall that James Cameron plans to direct the film adaptation of the book “The Last Train From Hiroshima: The Survivors Look Back” (“The last train from Hiroshima: Survivors Look Back”) by Charles Pellegrino. The work is dedicated to the memory of the survivors of the atomic bombing of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II.