As soon as Avatar hit American cinemas on December 16, 2009, director, writer and screenwriter James Cameron gave us more hope. It wasn’t a real surprise. Avatar bought $ 1 billion in just 19 days, making it a hectic film until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 arrive in 2011.
Despite rumours and rumours, the facts were unclear. The release date of the proposed sequels also continued to change. In the meantime, Disney (now owned by Avatar Franks) joined Marvel to conquer the box office kings. Although Avatar has earned over $ 2.7 billion, it is the largest film ever seen in the world. Who can bring Cameron back to the throne? Here is everything we know so far.
The Latest Release Date :
It was more demanding to take the time to take our place in the cinema for Avatar 2 and his upcoming series than to count as Unobtanium. In May 2010, Cameron announced that the next two films will be released in a sequel in 2014 and 2015. However, when released without Avatar 2 in January 2015, she confirmed that her followers have been crowded for some time since 2017, including the newly launched fourth series.
For some people who have been fascinated since then, that day is still two years ago: the latest volatility in Disney avatars, “Fox Show” (hopefully). Since Disney was also the owner of Star Wars, they try to compensate for the films that follow the franchise’s existence every Christmas.
Title Potential :
Although we currently have at least two more sequences in line with Cameron’s original timeline, we’re not sure what the official title of Avatar 2 will be. However, there have been rumours of 10 years since the first film was released. At some point, James Cameron should no longer want the word “Avatar” in the title. (If you haven’t seen the first film yet, first, what have you been doing for ten years and second, only go now.)
The Main Character Is Back No Matter What Happens :
We can’t wait to see the heroes of Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana again, but it’s amazing to know that Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang are back for all four episodes. Doctor Grace Weaver Augustine and Stephen Lang’s Colonel Qatar were killed in one of the first films (she was hit by two arrows in Salida Neetari’s character). And Weaver has stated that he will play a different character in the upcoming films, but Cameron Lang has returned as the villain – and it has been confirmed that he will be the first actor in future films.