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Who from the cast of the first movie is coming back for Avatar 2? Where will the new story take us? Everything James Cameron has planned for the sequel is here.
James Cameron has recently come out and explained that the Avatar sequel production schedule will set itself apart from most film series because all four sequels will film simultaneously.
James Cameron seems to have realized potential risks of Avatar going up against Star Wars at the box office in the coming years, and has taken specific steps to avoid that scenario.
What do you think? Will James Cameron ever deliver Avatar 5? Will he ever deliver Avatar 2?! Weigh in.
While the majority of news we’ve seen regarding Avatar 2 over the last few years has been about a new delay every now and then, it now looks like the film may actually be moving forward.
With Zoolander 2 hitting theaters this weekend, we've got long-delayed sequels on the brain. Some of these turn out great, others not so much, but here are some that we have high hopes for.
James Cameron’s sequels to the highest grossing movie of all time have had a very long road to theaters. And the road just got longer. The first of a new trilogy of the Avatar franchise was set to release next year, but Twentieth Century Fox just pushed the next movie back.
Can Cameron reclaim the box office crowns by revisiting Pandora? Or will future Star Wars movies be contending with The Force Awakens for box-office supremacy?
For as much work as James Cameron has been putting into his upcoming Avatar sequels, much of it has been happening under the radar. The next film in the series seems like it’s been in preproduction for the better part of the last decade.
I’m leaning on Star Wars owning every single record in the books by the time all the dust has settled. In fact, the only one I’m sure J.J. Abrams has his eye on is $2.788 billion, which is the Worldwide Total for Avatar, the highest grossing movie of all time.
James Cameron candidly admits that making a sequel to the highly divisive Avatar is incredibly challenging.
It's been almost six years since Avatar became the biggest movie ever, and though the sequels are still a ways off, we've got a new look at the aliens in the film, and they look remarkably familiar.
While the first of James Cameron's three upcoming Avatar sequels was originally going to be released at the end of 2016, that planned shifted in January when it was revealed that the schedule was being pushed back a full year. Why did this happen? 20th Century Fox chairman-CEO Jim Gianopulos has a direct answer.
There could be a fifth Avatar film, even though James Cameron is trying his damnedest to keep that from happening.
For good while, 2016 was looking to be a tremendous opportunity for the theater industry to grow. Coming off some optimistic stock reports at the end of March, next year looked to enjoy surefire tentpole hits galore, rising concessions sales and experimental aesthetic options. Yet, the latest forecast from Wall Street soothsayers seem to indicate that 2016 will be anything but superb.
Like someone who’s won the lottery, writer/director James Cameron probably still gets a lot of calls from potential moochers. However, one “call” in particular from a Chechen author, has come in the form of a lawsuit accusing the director/writer of plagiarism.
Ever since Sigourney Weaver announced that she would be back to star in Avatar 2 back in 2010, we have been scratching our heads about the situation. After all, her character, Dr. Grace Augustine, very clearly died towards the end of the film - so how could Weaver be coming back?
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything on Avatar 2 or any of the other upcoming installments, and that’s because it’s taking James Cameron a lot longer than he expected to write the script. Though he original projected the sequel to one of the biggest movies of all time to be released in 2016, he now reveals it will be pushed back a year to 2017.
James Cameron loves new technology and has long been a proponent of High Framerate filmmaking. Could he potentially shoot his Avatar sequels using new tech that allows for 120 frames per second filming?
Now, while it will take a long time to finish the effects of Avatar 2 and its sequels, Saldana will only be filming motion-capture stuff, which shouldn't be as time-consuming as a full-on shoot. At the same time, this is THREE straight movies for the psychotically-perfectionist Cameron.