It’s been years since Avatar broke all the box office documents becoming a massive hit and hit at the theaters. It looks like this year, James Cameron is set to split the box office records again using Avatar two. Now he is back with not one but FOUR sequels, and James always had plans to come back to the world of Pandora, along with the show that will run till 2027. However, for now, let’s talk about just Avatar 2 and read this guide to know all the specifics.
Avatar 2 Release Date:
We have finally got an official release date; December 2020 Avatar two is set to hit the theaters on 17.
Avatar 2 Cast: who are back?
All core characters from the picture are on the contract for Avatar 2. Zoe Saldana is set to reprise her role in Na’vi princesses Neytiri; Sam Worthington will also come back as the human-turned-Na’ vi Jake Sully. Despite being dead at the first season sci-fi goddess Sigourney Weaver and guy Stephen Lang is going to be back also, and it’ll be fun to watch how they have been weaved back in the story. CCH Pounder will also reprise her role Neytiri’s mum Mo’ and Matt Gerald is back as Corporal Lyle Wainfleet.
Game of Thrones’ Oona Chaplin and Fear the Walking Dead’s Cliff Curtis will be joining the sequels as newcomers and Edie Falco (The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie) is enjoying the new personality, General Ardmore.
Avatar 2 Plot:
“Each movie is a standalone movie that we’d wanna go see,” said producer Jon Landau. “You do not have to have seen the very first Avatar see Avatar 2. There, and we are going to take people on a visual and an emotional journey that comes to its completion.”
Avatar 2’s travel will be viewed beyond the forests of Pandora. Cameron promised the gorgeous scenes shown in Avatar two would make”you shit yourself with your mouth open.”
“It has never been done before, and it’s very tricky because our motion capture system, such as most motion capture systems, is what they call optical base, meaning it uses markers that are photographed with hundreds of cameras. The problem with water isn’t the underwater part, but the interface between the atmosphere and the atmosphere, which creates a moving mirror,” Cameron explained to Collider.