Although almost a decade has gone by since the release of Avatar in theaters – motion capture was a pioneering filmmaking tool back then, and 3D glasses were rare – the sequel that everyone is waiting for is officially on the horizon. Avatar director James Cameron told in an interview that shooting on Avatar 2 is “100% complete” and that he’s currently working on Avatar 3. So it seems like we may finally get to see Sam Worthington as Jake Sully, and Zoe Saldana as Neytiri in the year 2022.
Avatar 2 is currently going to hit theaters on December 22, 2022. It is among the long series of postponements, with the picture previously scheduled for release in December 2018, December 2020, and December 2022. The most recent push occurred in August 2020, when the Covid-19 epidemic prompted it to postpone 2022 in favor of 2022 — Cameron’s statement below was circulated on social media to announce the change.
Who will be there in Avatar 2?
Many of the original members of the cast will return for sequels after signing on for many films in the series. It means Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez, CCH Pounder, Matt Gerald, and, yes, even Stephen Lang will be in attendance. Colonel Miles Quaritch, played by Lang in the original Avatar, is expected to return as a recurrent adversary.
What can we expect from Avatar 2?
We don’t know anything about the concept of Avatar 2, even though it includes so many individuals and is in the works for so long. In numerous interviews, Cameron and the producers have revealed broad elements, providing insight into the next chapter of the Na’Vi.
In 2020, Jon Landau, producer of the Avatar films, said in an interview that it is the tale of the Sully family and also what they do to keep their family together. In this film, Neytiri and Jake have kids and a happy family. They have to leave their home, and set out to explore the many areas of Pandora, spending a lot of time near water, on the water, and in the water.