Avatar's official Twitter account shared a photograph of one of the movie's massive collections to indicate the conclusion of live-action filming to the year. "It's our last day of live-action filming in 2019, and we're celebrating with a sneak peek", the post read. To which the official twitter handle replied, "Unfortunately not any time soon (sorry!), BUT we'll have plenty of stuff to hold you over 'til then, like a mobile game in 2020!" This is one of the first official images from behind the scenes of James Cameron's massive sequel quadrilogy to Avatar which was, until very recently, the biggest film of all time.
No, Avatar 2 still is not done shooting.
James Cameron has wrapped up live-action filming on the brand new Avatar sequel for the yr, and a behind-the-scenes picture from the set has been launched to mark the replace.
Fans have been waiting to see an Avatar sequel for years now and thankfully, we're only a little over a year away from seeing the first of four proposed sequels.
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Obviously the Avatar movies are driven by some of the best CGI graphics in the industry, so the Sea Dragon will look much different in the final product.
It was this tweet to which the fan had asked for the trailer update. Even the sequel of the movie is co-written, produced and directed by James Cameron. Hopefully we won't have to wait as long between the next sequels!
Kate Winslet is also set to be joining the cast for the highly-anticipated new film, which also includes Edie Falco, Vin Diesel, Jermaine Clement, Michelle Yeoh and Oona Chaplin.