Filming on James Cameron's long-in-the-works Avatar sequels has been suspended in New Zealand due to coronavirus. Producer Jon Landau told the New Zealand Herald, "We've delayed it. We had plans to come down Friday night with a group of people and start back up and we made the decision to hold off and continue working […]
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It's been a long time coming, but the sequels to 'Avatar' will officially begin production on September 25, producer Jon Landau has confirmed.
‘Avatar 2’ was originally set to arrive in cinemas in December 2014. It’s March 2017 now, and director James Cameron has revealed the film has been delayed yet again, and will no longer meet its planned 2018 release date. Cameron took his time with ‘Avatar’, which was released twelve years after his previous feature film ‘Titanic’, and given they’re the two highest-grossing films of all time it makes sense that he’d be given time to develop a sequel. Not just one sequel either, four, in what is sure to be one of the most expensive film productions in history if the films are indeed set to release in quick succession and be shot back-to-back.
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ sequel feels like it’s been a lifetime in the making, with the follow-up to the 2009 sci-fi adventure still on its way. What’s more, Cameron has confirmed a third, fourth, and fifth instalment will be made, each released in 2020, 2022, 2023. In the Toronto Star, director James Cameron revealed that ‘Avatar 2’ is now delayed yet again, but despite its unconfirmed arrival he did say the remaining four sequels are all one giant entity in terms of getting them made.
With four more blockbuster ‘Avatar’ movies in the pipeline, James Cameron’s space saga has a huge story still to tell. The director was conducting an interview with Whoopi Goldberg on ‘The View’ at the new Avatar attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando when he dropped the bombshell. Cameron explains that the theme park experience is set in a time after the movies wind up.
James Cameron isn’t a man to do things by half. In addition to that, he’s expecting to begin production for ‘Avatar 2’ within the year. Asked by the Daily Beast what the status of ‘Avatar 2’ is at the moment, he said: “The thing is, my focus isn’t on Avatar 2.
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar 2’ may finally have a release date. The long-awaited ‘Avatar’ sequel seems to have finally landed an official release date, as 20th Century Fox reveals a handful of dates in its upcoming calendar. According to Exhibitor Relations, the studio confirmed a number of upcoming films, including two new Marvel movies and a date for Kingsman: ‘The Golden Circle’.