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Yesterday, James Cameron appeared at the LA Times Hero Complex festival. Today, various blogs have parcelled out his comments into as many stories as they can manage. But here’s a dump of the interesting things, all in one place. Cameron …
We’ve known for a while that Sigourney Weaver will come back for the Avatar sequels, even while we didn’t know just how many of them there would be.
James Cameron has done a new interview during which he’s revealed some new details about the Avatar sequels which will begin filming later this year.
Cameron also previously said that the sequels will be a family saga in the vein of The Godfather, with a fair amount taking place underwater.
They’ve chosen a very surprising lead character.
As James Cameron draws ever closer to actually capturing performances for his three Avatar sequels, work continues on their pre-production, design and technological development.
Production on the films is expected to kick off in around a year. Post production will be pretty time consuming. When will we actually get to see them?
Including a pretty clear presentation of how the Banshee ride is going to work.
They’ve got big, big plans for Avatarland, though some of them seem to be towards the impossible end of the spectrum.
This doesn’t quite mesh perfectly with the only tiny shred of information I have about the direction of the Avatar sequels.
James Cameron’s Pandora expedition gains a new member.
Production will start next year on what is bound to be a massively ambitious three-film project.
Though her credit on the film doesn’t make it entirely clear, Avatar featured some screenplay work by Laeta Kalogridis alongside that of writer-director James Cameron.
Now with a pot-smoking update.
It’s going to be called Terminator, with no The, and the new trilogy will “stand alone.”
I’ve was meaning to post Space Pirate Captain Harlock trailer but it kept slipping my mind. Maybe if the theme song was catchier…
There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the Avatar sequels, and for a long time too as it’s been over three years since the original landed in cinemas. Still time for plenty more…
Avatar Sequels To “Wrap Up The Story Arc Of Our Two Main Characters,” Performance Capture Underwater
Producer Jon Landau has been talking about Avatars 2 and 3. I throw in a bit about Avatar 4… or 0.