‘Avatar 2’ Updates: Director’s Fake Account Suspended, Sequel Does Not Star Michelle Rodriguez
Jon Landau, the producer of the movie “Avatar,” professed and released a genuine work of art of a character called Na’Vi just a week ago. This made his followers excited, that a sequel of “Avatar” will be released in 2017. But, quite unfortunately, the work of art is said to be a hoax.
According to a report by IBT, this artwork spread like a fire all over the social media sites and the followers were under the impression that it is related to the sequel of “Avatar” which has been filming since a year. The producer of the movie has posted a picture of that art of work on Twitter with a caption “Avatar 2,” which gives the fans all the more reason to believe that the sequel will contain the character.
The account from which the artwork has been posted is just a hoax. The page refers to the director as he, whereas if it would have been the director himself, he would have referred as “I.” According to a post by Deadline, the art work also seems to be false. Reports have been made that the particular artwork was taken from the first part of the movie of “Avatar” of 2009.
Rumors have also been made that the sequel will also be starring Michelle Rodriguez. She will extricate her character as Trudy Chacon, according to IBT. As per NY Post, Rodrigues has made sure that she is not starring in the upcoming sequel. Various old characters are coming back in the sequel, such as Stephen Lang as well as Sigourney Weaver, but she isn’t.
Hence, the recent updates of “Avatar 2” show that the given artwork is a hoax and the actress Michelle won’t star in the upcoming sequel.