Avatar 2 Update: Shooting Focuses On Pandora’s Ocean Ecosystem, Movie To Feature Underwater Scenes
It is going to be a Christmas bonanza for the fans of highly anticipated movie “Avatar 2,” but we need to wait till Christmas 2017. As the proverb goes “Everything comes to him who waits,” the fans will be amused watching the highest grossing film of all the time that will include several underwater scenes. Read on for more details.
According to Venture Capital Post, director James Cameron has the plan to make “Avatar 2” more “technologically superior” than the films he previously directed. On the contrary, it is reportedly said that he intends to increase the frame rate for the second sequel. It was said that it will be far advanced that 24 frames per second, which is the current standard in the film industry. This will be done with an objective to extend the power and emotion of “Avatar” to its second sequel.
One of the reasons for delaying the release of the movie is Cameron is trying to introduce and develop a new technology. He will facilitate the production to shoot motion-capture scenes below water. It is reportedly said that the shooting will be performed in the ocean ecosystem of Pandora.
Two weeks back Jim Gianopulos, Chairman and CEO, Fox Filmed Entertainment commented on Cameron’s ambitious development of the upcoming movie saying that “Jim Cameron has his own pace.”
“A lot of it will take place underwater, which is a completely different environment and I have seen some of the stuff, and it’s stunning. All I can say is, you have never seen that before,” the legendary American music composer and orchestrator, James Horner said, when he was interviewed by Hey U Guys before his unexpected death in a plane crash on June 22, 2015.
The second installment, “Avatar 2,” which originally had a premiere time at the end of 2016, was initially postponed for January 2017. Then it was again pushed back to Christmas 2017. Later it was said that Cameron had a plan to release the subsequent sequels in 2018 and 2019, however, the three sequels would be shot simultaneously.
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