Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron’s 2009 3D adventure film Avatar set a new world record by grossing 2. 2.8 billion. A decade later, Avengers: End Game has barely broken the film’s record. The film’s creator, James Cameron, has been talking about a sequel to the film for many years, but when he joined the film’s Billion Dollar Club on January 7, 2010, he said at the film’s screening in Los Angeles, ” Yes, we are working on a sequel to the film. ”
Such statements by James Cameron are still heard from time to time. However, the good news for Avatar fans is that James Cameron has started regular work on the film’s sequel and this time not just one but four sequels are being worked on simultaneously. Four sequels have a record budget of 1 billion (three and a half times more than the Lord of the Rings trilogy).
When will the Avatar sequel be released?
Earlier it was said that the film may be released in December 2020, but now James Cameron has announced that ‘Avatar 2’ will be released on December 17, 2021. After that, the sequel of Avatar will be released in December every year, thus ‘Avatar 5’ will be released in December 2027.
Filmmaker James Cameron has taken 10 years to begin work on a sequel to Avatar. Earlier, he had given the dates of 2014 and 2016 for the sequel to the film, but regarding the delay, he says, “It doesn’t matter to me when the first sequel will be released. I have a wish and I am working accordingly so that my films are released one after the other after a short interval as much as possible.
I want a new sequel to my film to be released to the public every Christmas, and now I want to keep that promise. ” In answer to the question whether the 12 years in the first film and sequel will not have a negative impact on its box office performance? “I’m not worried about that at all,” says James Cameron. People may be forgetting that there was a gap of 7 years between ‘The Terminator’ and ‘Terminator 2’. There was also a gap of 7 years between “Alien” and “Aliens”.
One of James Cameron’s fortunes has been that the merger of Disney and Fox has made no difference to Avatar’s sequels, and production of all Avatar sequels will continue as planned.
What will be the titles of the sequels?
Although these sequels are currently being called as Avatar 2, Avatar 3, Avatar 4 and Avatar 5 as working titles, the final names are yet to come. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation, the possible titles of Avatar’s sequels could be something like this; Avatar: The Way of Water, Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkan Rider, and Avatar: The Quest for Eva. James Cameron has also confirmed the titles, but says they could be changed.
What will be the cast?
James Cameron has already taken the main cast of Avatar on board for all the sequels and he will appear in the traditional ‘Blue Avatar’ of his avatar. Zoe Saldana, who will play Navy Princess Natari in the sequel, has already made a name for herself in films such as Star Trek and Guardians of the Galaxy. In addition, she is considered a favorite for all kinds of alien roles.
Similarly, Sam Worthington will also be seen in the lead role in the sequel. After starring in the remake of Clash of the Titans and its sequel Wrath of the Titans, he is now seen playing supporting roles in action films such as Everest and Sabotage.
In addition to these two actors, Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang will also be seen in the Avatar sequel, despite the fact that these two characters have died in the first film. However, Weaver says that his role in the sequel will be completely new and different.
James Cameron has also included his ‘tie tank’ heroine Kate Winslet in the Avatar Universe. Kate Winslet played the lead role in James Cameron’s 1997 film Tie Tank, and James Cameron says he has wanted to work with his Tie Tank heroin in a film again for the past 22 years. Now it’s time to finally complete the Avatar sequel.
Join the Diesel Avatar Universe
Action hero Vin Diesel will also be seen in the sequel to the city-wide science fiction film ‘Avatar’. Vin Diesel, who starred in the Fast and Furious series, has also confirmed in an Instagram post that he will be seen in action in the sequel to Avatar.
In the Instagram video, he appeared very happy with filmmaker James Cameron. Vin Diesel said in the video that James Cameron is the only filmmaker he wants to work with and learn from.