Avatar 2: Everything you should know!
Avatar 2 (also marketed as James Cameron’s Avatar 2) is an upcoming American epic science fiction film directed by James Cameron and produced by 20th Century Studios. It is the second film in Cameron’s Avatar franchise after Avatar (2009).
Cameron is producing the film with John Landau, with Josh Friedman originally announced as Cameron’s co-writer; It was later announced that Cameron, Friedman, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, and Shane Salerno all participated in the writing process of the sequel.
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Avatar 2 Release Date
The film had to be delayed (again) due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Disney pushing it back to December 17, 2021. Now Disney has once again pushed it to December 2022.
The film was originally scheduled to release in December of 2014. However, director James Cameron announced that the film is on track to release in 2022, once filming on Avatar 2 has ended.
What to Expect from the Plot of Avatar 2?
The sequel is about the lives of Jake and Neytiri, after the first part when Jake becomes their leader after fighting humans, he and Neytiri have now formed a family.
Although they do not have a home and live on the planet Pandora. Looking for different parts. That changes later when the humans come again to execute them.
Which Celebs are Returning for the Cast of Avatar 2?
We’re going to be bringing back Sam Worthington as Jake Sully, the soldier who fell in love with Naivi named Netiri — and, yes, Zoe Saldana is returning to play that character, too. Giovanni Ribisi, Stephen Lang, and Sigourney Weaver are also back.
Although the latter takes on a new role. Of the new cast, we’re getting Kate Winslet as Ronal, a navigable free-diver from the Metkayna. Eddie Falco, Michelle Yeoh and Jemaine Clement all have human roles, while Vin Diesel has been cast to play an undisclosed role.
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Avatar 2 Production Updates:
Avatar 2 was scheduled for release in December 2014, and Avatar 3 was scheduled for December 2015. After delays, filming was to begin on Avatar 2 in April 2016, but April came and went, and filming never began.
In January of the following year, it was announced that work on the motion-capture element of the film would begin by August 2017, but it actually began in September.
The announcement of a fourth Avatar film pushed back altogether, and then all of them were pushed back again, with Avatar 2 planned for December 2017.