'Avatar 2' Latest News & Update: Sigourney Weaver Reveals Possible Delay On Sequel Release Date? Find Out Here
The dates for the "Avatar" sequels has just been revealed recently along with "Avatar 2" release date. Now, Sigourney Weaver hinted that there is a big possibility that "Avatar 2" release date will be pushed a bit farther.
According to reports ,"Avatar" sequels will be released after "Avatar 2" that is expected to be in December 2018. "Avatar 3" is expected in 2020, "Avatar 4" in 2022, and "Avatar 5" in 2023. "Avatar" sequels will be produced by Jon Landau and James Cameron though Lighstorm Entertainment. Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Zoe Saldana, and Sam Worthington are still expected to be part of the said number of sequels after "Avatar 2" release. James Cameron wrote "Avatar" sequels together with Josh Friedman, Rick Jaffa, Shane Salerno, and Amanda Silver.
However, Movie Web , Sigourney Weaver, who will return as Dr. Grace Augustine for "Avatar 2" , stated that " We haven't started it, so don't know how realistic that is, but I think it's going to be very exciting". Additionally, Sigourney Weaver stated on a report that "Avatar 2" is expected to start productions last April, but since it was pushed to a different date. "Avatar 2" is said to start filming next spring in New Zealand though this is still yet to be confirmed.
On the other hand, it was previously reported that John Landau explained that the delay in the release date of "Avatar 2" rotted on the fact that the production aims to exceed its first series in terms of 3D effects. John Landau mentioned that with their collaboration with Peter Jackson's WETA technology to provide the best 3-dimensional effect so far, the process takes a long time that they cannot provide a definite release date for the movie. It can be remembered that James Cameron stated that the release date of "Avatar 2" is the least of their concern so far, it is undeniable that the release date of "Avatar 2" is an important thing for the fans. Stay tuned for more of your " Avatar 2" updates!