‘Avatar 2,’ ‘3’ and ‘4’ Delayed
Trees take time to grow back.
It will have been eight years since James Cameron’s Avatar stunned the masses with its cutting-edge 3D cinematics by the time we witness its sequel. While it was expected for us in 2016 to return to Pandora, or at least the space surrounding the planet, it looks as if that wait has been extended.
According to ABC News, Cameron needs more time to make sure this isn’t a rushed project. For those who don’t already know, Cameron along with other co-writers are penning the script and shooting the three sequels collectively, with only a year separating each release. This is a huge feat, with the writing process being “very involved.”
“We’re writing three simultaneously. And we’ve done that so that everything tracks throughout the three films.” Cameron said. “We’re not just going to do one and then make up another one and another one after that. And parallel with that, we’re doing all the design. So we’ve designed all the creatures and the environments.”
Cameron says it’s complex getting a story to work across a saga instead of a standalone film. He thinks it’s important for these films to connect but still stand on their own without the use of cliffhangers.
Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington will reprise their roles as the Na’vi couple in the films. Also returning is everyone’s favorite red-blooded American marine colonel, Stephen Lang as Quaritch.
Expect to “shit yourself with your mouth wide open” when Avatar 2 releases now in December of 2017.
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Via: Latino Review Source(s): ABC News / Associated Press
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