Avatar, James Cameron announces release dates of four sequels

Published on Apr 15, 2016

It almost seemed that it had been averted, the danger of the “saga” Avatar, the 2009 film will be the sequel. Four to be precise, as announced by James Cameron in person.

During the press conference of the 20th Centur Fox at CinemaCon, the film's director has told her about the project mammoth, which will produce four other films in the space of seven years. Cameron would, in fact, admitted: “We intend to embark on a process film great”.

Patience is the virtue of the strong, would comment about the history of the “Avatar sequels”: already at the time of the design of the original film, blockbuster in the history of cinema even today (followed by Titanic and Star Wars 7: The Awakening of the Force, the director had anticipated that, if successful, would be followed by two sequels; in the course of the following years, Cameron has often spoken of a trilogy, composed by the 2009 film, and a second and third chapter.
In 2014, the trilogy has become a tetralogy, but the production of the film is gradually slipped up to make it appear that the project was postponed to a later date – perhaps, to the kalends of the Greek, as you wished supporters “anti-saga” – also because of the planned releases of Star Wars 7 and 8.

Las Vegas, however, come the fresh declarations of James Cameron: the four sequels of Avatar will be out, respectively, in 2018, 2020, 2022, and, finally, in 2023; more specifically, the first sequel will be in theaters at Christmas 2018.
The film will be produced by the by the company of the same Cameron, Lightstorm Entertainment, in association with 20th Century Fox.
According to the words of the director, each film will tell a story of its own, developed, however, in such a way as to constitute, together with the other, a real saga.
In the cast of the four films, should return also the protagonists of the blockbuster of the 2009 Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, and Sigourney Weaver.

Cameron has shown himself secure of the project: “Believe me, these films are designed to be seen at the cinema and on the mega screens” and if he says so, an expert on the film (he directed him in a Titanic), there is some reason to hope that it will not be a flop like the sequel to the other sagas. “Next time you'll see me on Pandora” (the planet told in Avatar), has promised James Cameron.


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