The sequel of the movie “Avatar,” is being largely awaited by the fans eagerly and is slated to be released sometime in 2017. A lot of tingle is being made about the applied science and the delayed date of the release of the movie. Allegations have been made that the theme in the film will be based on a prison. Read on for more details.
Earlier, in an interview with James Cameron, the person in-charge for the direction of the movie had described why there was a postponement in his former interviews. Revelations were made that he wanted to demonstrate some improved technology and Cameron was not fully-furnished with the devices that were needed to execute his fresh innovations.
According to a report, Cameron and his co-team members are concentrating on generating graphics to show the ocean ecosystem of Pandora to shoot “oceanographic exploration.” For taking out this plan, they may need a technology where the camera would encapsulate underwater motion sequences. These have been the reasons for the release to get delayed for the movie “Avatar 2”
According to the Christian Post, the movie will be a prison theme-based movie. GökşanÖzman had created a poster for the movie wherein the theme was released. Özman, creator of the posters for movies “Gravity,” “The Wolf Of Wall Street,” and “Noah” prioritized the prison theme for this upcoming sequel as it is anticipated that this would govern the entire storyline.
The reason for the delayed release for the movie “Avatar 2” have been on the technical front. It was why this 61-year old director has revealed that no further postponement will be done in the third and the fourth sequel of the movie. Reports were made by the Franchise Herald that Cameron and the crew members have headed for “Avatar 3” and “Avatar 4” at the same time.
“Avatar 2” is slated to be released in Dec. 2017. 2018 is slated for the release of “Avatar 3” as well as “Avatar 4.”
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