Avatar 2 Update: The Movie Has Now A Definite Release Date – December 2020

James Cameron-led production is working on Avatar 2, Avatar 3, Avatar 4, and Avatar 5 simultaneously.

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The highly-anticipated movie Avatar 2 is constantly getting its release date postponed and now its fans are wondering if James Cameron truly intends to release the movie. Since the launch of its first movie in December 2009, several times the release date of the sequel pushed back and now it is said that the movie will be released in December 2020.

Last year, a tweet from Borys Kit confirmed that the Avatar 2’s production has started working as far as filming part is concerned. The tweet was aired in the third week of September 2017, but that was not the first time of the announcement of filming the movie. Hence, the avid fans are not confused, they are gradually losing all hopes of enjoying the much-awaited sci-fi movie.

However, the good part of the process is that the Titanic director, James Cameron is not only focusing on just the second sequel. What he has been saying to the media since the staring of 2017 is that his intention is to focus on Avatar 2, Avatar 3, Avatar 4, and Avatar 5. According to him, since all the four sequels are getting equal developments concurrently, it will take more time than expected to release atleast the second sequel for the viewers.

As far as the casting is concerned, there is a possibility that all the main actors will be back in the sequel(s). Zoe Saldana, who played the role of Neytiri, and Sam Worthington (played the role of Jake Sully) will positively come back in the sequel with more actors like Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver.

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