Avatar: James Cameron talk about the development of the four sequels
Director James Cameron, during an interview, he talked about the stages of development of the four movie sequel to Avatar
As already anticipated a couple of months ago, the shooting of four sequels to Avatar are already begun, work that will bring James Cameron to shoot consecutively the four films, which debut at the cinema will take place in stages, between 2020 and 2025.
In a recent interview the director has spoken of the contemporary development of the sequel, describing how the work is started only after reaching a vision of the colossal project, and reaffirming that the fourth and the fifth film will see the light on the basis of the results of Avatar 2 and 3.
It was wishful thinking to be able to start immediately after the writing of the script. If there is no screenplay, there is nothing, right? The scenarios have required four years.
We could call it a delay but it is not so given, that from the moment we decided to make the film, up to now, we are in line with the timing.
We are progressing very well, considering the time required to develop the project, the history and all the rest. We were not wasting time, we were devoting to the development and design of technology.
Then, from the moment when all the scripts have been approved, started the project in and of itself.
Every character, every creature, every detail will bring benefits to the film because the theme has had much time to work on it but let's face it,if Avatar 2 and 3 do not earn enough, there will be a 4 and a 5.
Remember that the arrival in the cinema of the first two films is expected, respectively, for the December 18, 2020 and December 17, 2021 while Avatar 4 and Avatar 5 will debut (if you will) on the 20th of December 2024 and December 19, 2025.
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