It has been a very long wait for those possibilities to be seen once again on the big screen. Though Avatar is no longer the highest-grossing film of all time, Cameron’s upcoming sequels have long been pointed to as yet another opportunity for the multi-Oscar winning director to wow the world.
With Avatar 2 due in 2021 and the subsequent sequels arriving in 2023, 2025 and 2027, there is certainly going to be plenty of ground for Cameron to cover.
Things on the upcoming Avatar sequel had been previously waylaid by the COVID-19 pandemic, with production in New Zealand being been shut down when the health risk to cast and crew became too great.
Now, however, Cameron is back in New Zealand once more, and work on Avatar 2 has recently resumed thanks to the island nation’s low-rate of infection.
The New Badass Underwater Scene
Avatar 2 producer Jon Landau recently shared a performance-capture actor riding what appears to be some type of motorized underwater vehicle, the likes of which will surely be transformed into some sort of sea creature when the film eventually screens to audiences. Though the photo was actually taken last year, it’s only now being shown to the public.
Despite the grandeur of the Avatar sequels, to date, there is surprisingly little known about them. One thing that we do know, however, is that as per usual, Cameron is pioneering technology that is likely to be a game-changer for the big-screen epic.
Cameron has previously stated that he held off production on Avatar 2 until he felt that the technology was at the place it needed to be to aptly pull off the film. What’s more, this image could indeed be enough to convince many skeptics that Avatar 2 just might end up being as mind-blowing as fans have hoped it will be.
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