“Avatar. One of the more pleasant surprises of Waterway is when Edie Falco appears as General Francis Ardmore, Pandora’s new military commander. Ardmore is on a mission to make Pandora hospitable to the human race, as Earth is dying and the human population will soon need a new permanent home. Falco hasn’t been featured in any marketing material, so you’d be forgiven for not knowing that the four-time Emmy winner plays an important supporting role in the Avatar franchise. Falco himself did not even know the release plans of the film.
During a recent interview with ABC’s The View, Falco revealed that she filmed her scenes in Avatar. “Water Road” more than four years ago. So much time had passed between filming and the 2022 release date that Falco simply assumed the film had already opened in theaters and just didn’t do very well.
“I saw the first one when it came out,” Falco said. “I shot the second “Avatar” four years ago. I was busy and running errands. Someone mentioned Avatar and I thought. “Oh, I guess it came out and wasn’t very good because I haven’t heard anything about it.” It happens! Recently, someone said, “Avatar” is coming out, and I said, “Oh, it’s not out yet?” I will never work again because I said that.”
Falco hasn’t seen Avatar yet. The way of water”. His character is one of the only human characters in the sequel, to which Falco responded: “I wanted to be blue. I was excited to be blue and very tall. I got none of those things.”
Although Falco’s role as General Ardmore is somewhat brief in Avatar: The Last Airbender. In The Water Road, the road is intended for the character to potentially become a major antagonist in the franchise.
“Avatar. Water Road” is now showing in cinemas across the country.