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    MovieNews /   Mar 13, 2016
    ‘Avatar 2’ Date, Cast, Plot Released; Sully & Neytiri Would Be Journeying Beyond Forests Of Pandora?


    ‘Avatar 2’ Date, Cast, Plot Released; Sully & Neytiri Would Be Journeying Beyond Forests Of Pandora?  
    ‘Avatar 2’ Date, Cast, Plot Released; Sully & Neytiri Would Be Journeying Beyond Forests Of Pandora?
       

    ‘Avatar 2’ Date, Cast, Plot Released; Sully & Neytiri Would Be Journeying Beyond Forests Of Pandora?

    After a long wait, the next installment to James Cameron’s science fiction epic Na’vi movie, “Avatar” will be releasing on the big screen next year.

    “Avatar” holds the record of the highest box office gross of $2,787,965,087 and has scheduled to release its first installment “Avatar 2” in December 2016. In addition, it was also planned to release another two sequels in December 2017 and December 2018.

    “Avatar 2” Plot

    According to DigitalSpy, “Avatar” Cameron has teased a small part of “Avatar 2”, which will have a “familial and imprisonment theme”. After many years, Sully is now tribal chief and Neytiri is the priestess of the tribe. Neytiri and and Sully with was said to be journeying outside the forest of Pandora into volcanic and underwater landscapes.

    “Avatar 2” Trailler

     

     

    “Avatar 2” Cast

    Sam Worthington (Jake) and Neyteri (Zoe Zaldana) and Dr. Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver), will return in the next sequels. Stephen Lang is returning as Colonel Miles Quaritch, head of mining operations security detail.

    However, “Avatar” fans have to wait again to watch the next sequels. This is because, it was announced before that in 2015 that “Avatar 2” is set to hit theaters in May 2017. “Titanic” moviemaker Cameron told they are delayed for the involvement in the writing process. (via Christian Post) But “Avatar 2” reportedly got delayed due to the release of “Star Wars Episode 8,” and slipped for seven months (May to December 2017.)

    Most of the main cast of the original “Avatar” will reprise their roles in the next sequel. Zoe Saldana will still be playing the role of Neyteri, her other projects include “Star Trek” in 2009, “Star Trek Info Darkness” in 2013, and “Guardians of Galaxy” in 2014. She became one of Hollywood’s biggest stars after “Avatar” in 2009. Sam Worthington, will also return as Na’vi Jake Sully in “Avatar 2,” his success is not so impressive like Saldana after “Avatar.”

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    I completely forgot that this movie existed for a while.

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    babypook
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    Interesting….

    James Cameron Wants Avatar Sequels to Pave Way for No-Glasses 3D
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    James Cameron Wants Avatar Sequels to Pave Way for No-Glasses 3D
    James Cameron believes that his 3D technology push with the Avatar sequels will lead to 3D without glasses.

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    Oct 31, 2016

    James Cameron’s 2009 box-office-breaking hit Avatar remains a divisive topic in terms of its content. However, it was an undeniably paradigmatic piece for the film industry that not only single-handedly jump-started the still-current revival of the 3D medium, but set an extremely high bar in next-generation filmmaking. Consequently, Cameron hopes that his four Avatar sequels will yield a similar technological push when it comes to the next generation of 3D film technology
    On Friday, James Cameron’s name was added to the likes of Walt Disney, Ray Dolby and George Lucas when he was conferred a prestigious honorary membership with the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. In accepting the award, the brain behind many-a-blockbuster such as Aliens, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Titanic and the most lucrative single film in history, Avatar, expressed his desire to continue pushing boundaries with his work on the Avatar sequels to a point where 3D would no longer require a certain encumbering accessory. As Cameron states (via THR) :
    “I’m going to push. Not only for better tools, workflow, high dynamic range and high frame rates — the things we are working toward. I’m still very bullish on 3D, but we need brighter projection, and ultimately I think it can happen — with no glasses. We’ll get there.”
    Cameron also gave proper respects to fellow honoree Douglas Trumbell – a director in his own right and legendary visual effects artist from films like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Blade Runner – whose latest work also happens to be breaking ground with his MAGI Pod system that supports 4K, 3D at 120 fps. In fact, Ang Lee’s upcoming drama Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk – though derided by advance audiences – brandishes a similar technology to Trumbell’s, utilizing extremely high resolution and framerate in a technique that, once perfected, could one day be used to create a glasses-less quasi-3D effect.
    While allegedly monolithic scripts played a part in the notoriously long gestation period for Cameron’s first Avatar sequel – currently penciled in for 2018 – it also seems to be the case that the director is taking a methodical approach to the technological aspects, holding out for nothing less than an innovative aesthetic thrill ride. Indeed, such an idea would justify Cameron’s seemingly quixotic quest for four sequels, which many moviegoers didn’t want in the first place; especially with a perception that Avatar – despite its success – is not exactly venerable franchise material.
    Regardless, James Cameron’s audacious declarations will manifest (eventually) with four Avatar sequels, staring with Avatar 2 in 2018, Avatar 3 in 2020, Avatar 4 in 2022 and Avatar 5 in 2023. If all goes per Cameron’s ambitions, we’ll be experiencing these films sans spectacles.

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    I loved the first Avatar. I hope the second can still be an awards contender despite not being the first movie to have special effects that good.

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    I am surprised that there isn’t already 50 Avatars.

    The movie was vastly overrated, effects and music not withstanding. I will still probably see the movie but I don’t think I’ll like it very much.

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    The “wait” better be worth it. Geebus. Yes, James is a groundbreaking film maker and he makes movies for the masses…people like ME as well. Lol.
    But c’mon already! Are you that much of a perfectionist? Or are you anal to the extreme, hoping to snag a few from the next generation?

    Always great seeing a film about my particular ‘religion’. And from Cameron as well.
    I cant remember a film which has caused so much division around these parts, up there with BBM and Crash.

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    Bee
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    The first one is soooooo overrated. I couldn’t believe actually thought the shit was Best Picture worthy.

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    I am surprised that there isn’t already 50 Avatars.

    The movie was vastly overrated, effects and music not withstanding. I will still probably see the movie but I don’t think I’ll like it very much.

    My sentiments EXACTLY. 🙂

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    The “wait” better be worth it. Geebus. Yes, James is a groundbreaking film maker and he makes movies for the masses…people like ME as well. Lol.
    But c’mon already! Are you that much of a perfectionist? Or are you anal to the extreme, hoping to snag a few from the next generation?

    Always great seeing a film about my particular ‘religion’. And from Cameron as well.
    I cant remember a film which has caused so much division around these parts, up there with BBM and Crash.

    What is “BBM?”

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    Andrew Carden
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    I consider Avatar to be among the all-time worst Best Picture nominees.

    For the finest in film reviews and awards analysis, please visit me at The Awards Connection!

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    The “wait” better be worth it. Geebus. Yes, James is a groundbreaking film maker and he makes movies for the masses…people like ME as well. Lol.
    But c’mon already! Are you that much of a perfectionist? Or are you anal to the extreme, hoping to snag a few from the next generation?

    Always great seeing a film about my particular ‘religion’. And from Cameron as well.
    I cant remember a film which has caused so much division around these parts, up there with BBM and Crash.

    What is “BBM?”

    Brokeback Mountain

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    babypook
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    Yes well, early hate I see.
    Lolol!!! No surprise.

    Bring it on….plus, a few billion(s), new fans, Oscar noms and wins, and a terrific viewing experience.

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