‘Avatar’ Sequel Delayed; Expected To Release in 2017
“Avatar” is the highest-grossing film of all time is known for its widespread success across the globe. The epic science fiction was a crushed the box-office completely with its success. Ever since the movie made it big fans have been waiting anxiously for the sequels. It was 2010 when the director James Cameron announced about sequels for the first time. The two sequels are planned back to back and are being worked upon at the same time too. In a recent update, it is revealed that the second part is further pushed to 2017 due to unknown reasons. Read on to find out more about “Avatar” sequels scoop ahead.
According to Christian Today, the sequel that was slated to release at the end of 2016 is now delayed to 2017. It is speculated that Cameron is developing a new technology for shooting special sequences in the sequels.
As the movie is set in Pandora’ ocean and many sequences will be shot underwater. The new technology is reportedly developed in order to capture the best quality underwater scenes. In one of the statements, Cameron himself revealed that it will be similar to floating mountains from the first part but is set under water. He further mentioned that more of Na’vi culture is likely to be seen in the movie including seafaring Na’vis.
Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, and Sigourney Weaver are said to be reprising their respective roles in the sequels. However, the character of Dr. Grace Augustine started by Sigourney Weaver is dead in the first part but is said to have a re-birth as a brand new character in the “Avatar” sequel.
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