Avatar 2: Premiere Date, Cast, Trailer, Reviews, Plot and every detail

Avatar 2

It has been more than ten years since Avatar broke the all-time record at the box office and it is now lost its crown to Avengers Endgame. But this will not worry the director James Cameron as we continue to wait for Avatar 2. If anything, it’s given him some hope that this seemingly endless quest will be worth it.

The director said that “The thing that scared me most about making Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 was that the market might have shifted so much that it simply was no longer possible to get people that excited about going and sitting in a dark room with a bunch of strangers to watch something.”

James had always had the plan to return to the world of Pandora- it’s just one that is taking an awfully long time. We are apparently getting four sequels to his CG smash hit that will be seeing the series run until 2027.

The Release Date of Avatar 2:

Avatar 2 New Photos from the set, shows off the underwater filming locations

To cut a long story, Avatar 2 is finally going to be released on Dec 2021, having been pushed back from Dec 2020. The production will continue despite the ongoing lockdown situation in the whole world.

Avatar 5 Release Date

As it was mentioned before that a new Avatar movie will follow every other four years all the way until Avatar 5 on Dec 2027. Well, that is the plan anyway. If you also want the full story of the sequel’s long and drawn out journey to the screen, here goes. Looking back on it, it seems almost absurd that the upcoming movie was scheduled for release in Dec 2014, and Avatar 3 was scheduled for Dec 2015.

Avatar 2 - shows off the underwater filming locations

Now, those dates have been pushed back, you will not be surprised to learn. Back in the year 2016, the filming was meant to start on Avatar 2. But April came and went, and the filming never got underway. In Jan the following year, it was announced that work on the motion capture element of the film would start by Aug 2017, but it actually began in Sep.


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