Good news came from the follow-up to Avatar, which was released in 2009 and had a major impact. Director James Cameron announced that filming for Avatar 2, which was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, has been completed. In addition, the director stated that the shooting of his third film was 95 percent complete.
Movie recording of Avatar 2 completed
The sequel to Avatar, which received incredibly positive response when it came out in 3D in 2009, started filming in New Zealand last year. However, due to the environment created by the pandemic, the shooting was halted and postponed to a later date. In this space, Cameron and his team worked on the visual effects of the film. After the permission to continue production in May, filming picked up where it left off.
Referring to the film during a video conference with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Cameron said Avatar 2 was complete and the third film’s filming was 95 percent complete, according to Cnet’s report. The chief executive pointed out that the pandemic was undermining the process, saying, “Covid hit everyone like us. We have lost 4.5 months of production. We have delayed the film to release in December 2022. We had already announced this. However, that doesn’t mean we have an extra year to complete the film. Since the day we released Avatar 2, we started working on Avatar 3. We are now filming in New Zealand. We still have 10 percent to go. We’ve completed the second movie and 95 percent of the third movie is ready. Used the expressions.
Avatar 2 will feature names like Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Giovanni Ribisi, and Sigourney Weaver from the first movie. In addition, Vin Diesel and Kate Winslett will also be cast in the sequel. If there is no delay, release is scheduled for December 16, 2022. The third film is expected to take its place on the big screen in 2024 by moving forward a year.