The Weeknd Drops ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Original Song “Nothing Is Lost (You Give Me Strength)”
The WeekndThe latest song by’s is out and it’s a beautiful musical tribute to James Cameron. Avatar sequel.
The track, which is more than four minutes long, is called “Nothing Is Lose (You Give Me Strength).” Avatar: The Way of the WaterAfter being featured in the trailer, the movie’s end credits are now available. They arrive a day before the official domestic Dec. 16 worldwide release. The track was written and performed by The Weeknd and produced by Swedish House Mafia and Simon Franglen. It is a powerful battle call that celebrates life, death, and resilience.
The Weeknd teased the song Dec. 4 by posting to his Instagram, Twitter and Facebook a post featuring the song Avatar Logo with the movie’s release day as the caption. Jon Landau, one of the film’s producers tweeted a photo of him with the singer. He wrote, “As the Na’vi say, ‘Zola’u niprrte’ soaiane Avatar ‘… Welcome to the Avatar family.”
This song is part the original motion picture soundtrack. It was released on Thursday and will be available for purchase on vinyl in early 2023. The album contains over 20 songs, including “The Songcord”, which is performed by Zoe Saldana, the movie star.
The Way of Water The film is now available for release a decade after its original release. It follows the Sully family, Sam Worthington’s Jake Sully, and Saldana’s Neytiri, as they try to keep their children safe while exploring new territory on Pandora amid a familiar threat.
After opening internationally on Wednesday The Way of Water: Avatar Grosse $15.8 Million to date From 15 territories. The 20th Century and Disney release is expected earn $150 million to $175 millions in its domestic debut. This includes a run at 4,100 theaters.
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