‘Avatar 2’ Update: Announcement Of Official Release Date, James Cameron Demands A Quartet
As we are coming close to the release of “Avatar 2,” the speculations encircling the sequel is getting intense. We are proud to say that MNG has played a wonderful role in offering you every update regarding this highly anticipated movie of this decade. With the starting of the New Year, we have some interesting updates for the “Avatar” fans, as we know that everyone is eagerly waiting for over years for the science fiction film.
Although a release date was earlier given but it was actually not official. The mysterious man behind the “Avatar” franchise, James Cameron finally announced the official release date for the second installment with the ending of the present year.
According to Lawyer Herald, it’s said to be officially recorded that the fans will see the release of “Avatar 2” during the Christmas in 2017.
The website also informed that the original movie “Avatar” was prepared in 14 years, but the much-awaited “Avatar 2” will be brought in just two years. A lot of fans expected the film to be released during the end of 2016 but Cameron said that he would require some more time to offer the best gift ever given to the audience.
“We have design more or less finished, which is an enormous task. It’s been about a two-year task. [We’ve finished] all the creatures and the landscapes, and the new worlds within the world of Pandora that you see,” Cameron said, as reported by Movie Hole.
“But I don’t consider that to be as important as the fact that when we get all three films done, we drop them a year apart. I call it a meta-narrative that runs across the three movies. Each film stands alone, but it also tells one much larger story,” Cameron added.
Cameron also informed that the technical development including the stages and infrastructure are all successfully accomplished. He is poised to commence shooting at the first of the year. We have learnt that Cameron demands a quartet of “Avatar” movies. Hence, he is planning to direct all the three sequels (“Avatar 2,” “Avatar 3” and “Avatar 4”) at the same time.
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