Stephen Lang To Reprise His Role In ‘Avatar 2’ As Miles Quaritch?
The few reports, which we have collected, surrounding the release of “Avatar 2” on the official front have given a robust idea that the fans need to extend their level of patience, as the movie is not going to hit the big screen soon. The objective of director James Cameron is polishing the film to the highest level of perfection and that’s certainly a reason why he is different from other Hollywood directors.
According to Master Herald, the mysterious man behind the great movie “Avatar” must have some major plans in his mind for the next sequel, no matter even a decade is spent between the original and its sequel. Cameron is reportedly lacking the exact technology to synthesize his dreams and ideas he has kept for the global fans of “Avatar” franchise. This is one of the main factors for deferring the production process. So, intelligent people should never blame him for not rushing with “Avatar 2,” instead must thank him for his extreme endeavor to create a memorable history at the box office.
During the New York Comic-Con, Cameron and Dark Horse Comic officially announced that they would offer the “Avatar” fans with another look at Neytiri and her adventures in a new comic book series, The Christian Post reported.
The reports also claim that “Avatar 2” will be focused on a dark, prison theme and the entire upcoming sequel will be a tad modifier than the original with an objective to alter the entire tone at a large scale. We have also come to know that Stephen Lang is coming back to reprise his role as Col. Miles Quaritch, that’s the uniqueness of Cameron how he will create a plot to bring a dead man alive. Lang is not only going to be a part of “Avatar 2,” he will be presented in the next three films, reported Deadline.
“Steven was so memorable in the first film, we’re privileged to have him back. I’m not going to say exactly how we’re bringing him back, but it’s a science fiction story. His character will evolve into really unexpected places across the arc of our new three-film saga,” Cameron said.
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