The Avatar sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water, was anticipated by fans for 13 years. Fortunately, the wait for the following chapters won’t be as long.
The production of Avatar 4 has already begun, according to one of the film’s producers, and Avatar 3 is virtually finished. Here is a summary of what to anticipate from the forthcoming episodes, along with possible release dates.
Why did James Cameron take so long to complete the “Avatar” sequel?
Avatar, a film by James Cameron, debuted in 2009. The movie, starring Sigourney Weaver, Sam Worthington, and Zoe Saldana, rose to the top of the box office. Numerous awards, including the Academy Awards for Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, and Best Art Direction, were given to it in recognition of its innovative filmmaking methods. In 2012, Cameron started writing the sequels after writing and directing Avatar. He was certain that he intended to tell the Pandora and Na’vi tale on the lake. The director spent years exploring the waters in his own unique submarines since he is a devoted sailor.
Cameron made the decision to develop a novel underwater performance capture method since he knew that many of the sequels’ plots will take place in Pandora’s oceans.
Producer Jon Landau has affirmed that ‘Avatar 4’ is being shot
Cameron started filming the sequels concurrently with Avatar: The Way of Water in 2017. Avatar 3 is already close to completion, and sequences for Avatar 4 have already been shot, producer Jon Landau confirmed to Collider. First of all, we’ve finished writing the four screenplays for episodes 2, 3, 4, and 5, according to Landau. They were read by the actors. Where their characters go is known to them. The know. It influences how these scenarios are acted out.
Avatar: The Way of Water follows Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) as they travel to Pandora with their children and carry on their battle against human colonization a few years after the events of Avatar.