While talking about the biggest blockbuster of all time, the word ‘time’ shall be used with caution. Especially when the first part took somewhere around 14 years for its planning and implementation, it is just futile to ask when will Avatar’s next installment shall be released. As a matter of fact the announcement of the next part itself was made three years ago, however James Cameron the creator of the film, does not want to keep his fans waiting any further, as he is prepared to unleash his next ventures as early as 2017.
According to Comicbook,com Cameron while speaking to Montreal Gazette stated “Christmas of 2017 is the target [release date]. At least, that’s what we’ve announced,”. Before raising any hopes, Cameron further took a cautious approach saying Christmas is not the exact date, while no Production/distribution things have been on the agenda, further, same is the case with casting and pre production element. However not disappointing further Cameron confirmed the writing is almost completed, along with designs, creatures, and landscapes which include the world of Pandora. The technical development and infrastructure is also nearing its completion. The project nevertheless have completed its initiation part, with the implementation to kick off in the start of 2016.
As confirmed by Screen Rant Avatar 2 will be followed by 3 and 4 in the subsequent years, which will be quite an achievement if succeeded, given the fact it took considerable amount of time for the first one. Meanwhile the fan favorites Dr. Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver) and Colonel Quaritch (Stephen Lang) will be back in action, after apparently presumed dead in the first part. Cameron is bracing himself again, to woo the audiences with mind boggling special effects and art creation. This can be brought to justice as Cameron is all set use the camera underwater with high frame rate to capture the fictional world of Pandora. Perfection is just a word for James, as he tries to achieve much more than that, therefore all eyes now on Christmas 2017, where least the chance of grabbing the first look of the movie might be out.
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