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Avatar 2 Release Date: Why Has Avatar Sequels Are Taking So Long? Who Made Avatar?

Avatar 2 will arrive in theatres in December 2022, bringing an end to a long wait for fans.

Twenty-First Century Studios president Steve Asbell hinted that the sequel would “blow people away,” and added that “you're not prepared” for filmmaker Jim Cameron's work.

It sounds a bit like Cameron wasn't quite ready for what he was going to do, either, when the sequel was first planned to arrive in 2014. One of the reasons it's taken so long is that the majority of the film is set underwater.

“It sounds sort of weird, the procedure,” Cameron conceded to EW about his concept for the sequel. To put it another way, if Avatar hadn't made so much money, this would have never happened.

If anybody could pull it off though, it's Cameron who has been responsible for two of the top three highest-grossing movies of all time (Avatar and Titanic) (Avatar and Titanic). Avatar 2 may be a question mark for some, but don't bet against director Ridley Scott.

After just 20 minutes of the film, returning actress Zoe Saldaa had a passionate reaction. She has hinted that the wait is worth it.

“Because I was fortunate to see just 20 minutes of the second installment shortly before the year ended last year, and I was stunned, I can get worked up just thinking about it. I was moved to tears,” she enthused.

However, it will be an experience that you will never forget. “I think you really have to brace yourself for it.”

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As we touch every bit of wood around us, it seems as though the sequel will finally hit cinemas in December 2022. The first plot details concerning our return to Pandora have begun to emerge ahead of the game's release.

After this year's release, there will be a new sequel every other year until December 2028, when Avatar 5 comes out. For the time being, let's keep our sights set on Avatar 2.

James Cameron's blockbuster sequel has finally been announced, and we've got all the details you need to know.

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Avatar Sequel Titles

While we've been referring to them as Avatar 2, Avatar 3, and so forth, there has been no formal confirmation of their titles.

The BBC, however, stated (in November 2018) that the films could be titled Avatar: The Way of Water, Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkun Rider, and Avatar: The Quest for Eywa.

Cameron later acknowledged that they are tentative titles that may change.

Avatar 2 Plot

Cameron has hinted at several aspects of the plot of Avatar 2, which will deal with ‘familial and captivity' themes.

Additionally, producer Jon Landau stated that each film (if all four sequels occur) will stand alone. It appears that you do not need to have seen Avatar enjoy the sequel.

According to Steve Asbell, president of 20th Century Studios, the film is not even a sequel in March 2022.

“This is not a sequel; this is the conclusion of a narrative. Additionally, it is a narrative about a family. It will be intriguing on its own, but it will be even more so to revisit those characters and see how they have grown “He made the observation.

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Sully is now the head of their clan, while Neytiri is the high priestess – yet the focus will be on their family and children.

“I believe that the story of Avatar 2, and its strength, is consistent with what Jim [Cameron] does in all of his films: he writes in universal concepts that transcend any particular genre,” Landau remarked.

“And, when you stop to consider it, there is no more universal theme than family. The Sully family is the focal point of each of our sequels. What dynamics do parents employ in order to safeguard their family?”

The resumption of the RDA mining operation to Pandora will complicate matters further by compelling Jake to relocate his family to the “imagined safe harbour” at the reef where they encounter the Metkayina.

They'll also venture beyond Pandora's jungles, into aquatic and volcanic regions, where Cameron vows they'll make you “crap yourself with your mouth wide open.” That is, we believe, a positive development…

Avatar 2's motion-capture scenes were shot underwater to truly convey the importance of water.

Additionally, we know that a custom sign language was established for the film by CJ Jones of Baby Driver, a deaf actor hired to construct a “new Na'vi sign language.”

Cameron says that the films would be so technologically advanced that you “will just be unable to imagine” what they will look like. Hopefully, the appearance will entice fans to return to the theatre for the sequel.

“Large-budget films must earn a substantial profit. We've entered a new era following the demise of COVID and the advent of streaming. Perhaps those [box office] figures will never again be seen. What is certain? It's all a massive dice roll “Cameron, according to EW, has been admitted.

Avatar 2: Why has it taken so long?

If you're interested in the complete narrative of the sequel's long and winding road to the screen, read on. In hindsight, it seems nearly ludicrous that Avatar 2 was scheduled to be released in December 2014 and Avatar 3 in December 2015.

After delays, filming on Avatar 2 was scheduled to begin in April 2016, but April came and went without filming commencing. The following January, it was stated that development on the film's motion capture section would begin in August 2017, however, it actually began in September.

The news of a fourth Avatar film put the entire project delayed, and then again again, with Avatar 2 scheduled for December 2017. (and the rest are set for 2018 and 2019 presumably). James Cameron attributed the delays to the “extensive” writing process.

Then, in January 2017, Avatar 2 was again postponed, ostensibly due to fear following the May 2017 release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

The sequel was originally scheduled for release in December 2020, but Disney pushed it back to December 2021 following the completion of its acquisition of Fox, which brings us right up to the newest delay.

Cameron, on the other hand, has remained entirely unconcerned about any delays. “There was a seven-year gap between Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and a seven-year break between Alien and Aliens,” he explained.

Avatar 2 Cast

The original Avatar's main cast is all under contract, which means Cameron's stars will return for the sequel.

Zoe Saldaa will reprise her role as the Na'vi princess Neytiri, while Sam Worthington will reprise his part as Jake Sully, a human-turned-Na'vi.

Stephen Lang reprises his role as Colonel Miles Quaritch, and he will serve as the film's primary antagonist. He stated that with the sequel, he will be able to “truly go to town and analyze the character in detail” (via The National).

“I'm not going to tell exactly how we're going to bring him back,” James Cameron explained. “After all, this is a science fiction story.”

The actor is not disclosing any details regarding his surprise return, though he has assured fans that the sequel will be worth the wait. “I believe that [fans] will be captivated and intrigued. Consider that some folks will simply enjoy this world “he stated to EW.

Sigourney Weaver, the sci-fi diva, will also reprise her role as a completely new character, stating, “Having read all four of [the Avatar screenplays], I believe they are simply fantastic and well worth the wait.”

Kate Winslet will reprise her role as Ronal in all of the Avatar sequels, marking their first collaboration since 1997's Titanic.

CCH Pounder will also reprise her role as Neytiri's mother Mo'at, and Matt Gerald will reprise his part as Corporal Lyle Wainfleet, while Edie Falco (The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie) will play General Ardmore.

The sequel will add a new Na'vi clan known as the Metkayina, led by Cliff Curtis' Tonowari from Fear the Walking Dead. Ronal, played by Winslet, is also a Metkayina clan member, alongside Bailey Bass' Reya and Duane Evans Jr's Rotxo.

Jake and Neytiri have another set of Na'vi children in the sequel, featuring Jamie Flatters' Neteyam, Britain Dalton's Lo'ak, and Trinity Bliss' Tuktirey. Additionally, they adopted a human child, Miles Socorro, dubbed Spider, played by Jack Champion.

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“Jake took him in, but Neytiri always considered him as one of the individuals responsible for destroying her home and murdering her father,” producer Jon Landau explained to Empire. “As a result, you have all of these dynamics at work.”

Oona Chaplin of Game of Thrones will portray Varang, who is described as a “strong and energetic major character” who will span all four sequels.

Michelle Yeoh has also joined the cast as Dr. Karina Mogue, a scientist, and we got our first glimpse at her on set in March 2021. The caption implied that she'll also appear in Avatar 3, thus she'll likely play a key role in the following films.

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Vin Diesel, who starred in the Fast & Furious franchise, has joined the sequels alongside Jemaine Clement as marine researcher Dr. Ian Garvin, who Cameron describes as “one of my favorite characters.”

There was initially significant uncertainty regarding David Thewlis‘ presence in the sequel. As it turns out, he will appear in Avatar 3 (and 4, and 5), but not in the sequel.

Avatar 2 Release Date

To summarise, Avatar 2 will ultimately premiere on December 16, 2022, after being delayed from December 2021 owing to the ongoing global health catastrophe.

The sequel began filming in 2017, however, given that the picture incorporates live-action and motion capture aspects, it's unsurprising it took so long. Cameron claimed in September 2020 that Avatar 2 was “100% complete” while Avatar 3 was approximately 95 percent complete.

Given the upcoming release of three further films, Cameron has been hard at work on all of them in recent years. He claimed in December 2021 that he had already filmed portions of Avatar 4 due to the cast's youth.

“Anything that required collaboration with a certain actor, we did all the scenes for 2 and 3 – and a little bit of 4 – together,” he told Variety.

“I was forced to shoot the children. They are granted six years of age in the middle of the story on page 25 of film 4. Thus, I required everything before to that, and anything after would be dealt with later.”

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