james cameron 4 avatar sequels

James Cameron has announced the sequel to his Adventure fantasy blockbuster Avatar movie. He made this statement when speaking at CinemaCon on Thursday. Avatar was released worldwide in the year 2009 and changed the things regarding the CGI. Avatar 2 is going to release its sequel in the year 2018.

Total four sequels are planned by James Cameron and made an official announcement. To our surprise, Cameron has revealed the release dates of four sequels. Cameron said “We have decided to embark on a truly massive cinematic process,”

For the next three Avatar sequels Cameron in going to work with different writers for each film.  These sequel films are going to complete in next seven years. Every sequel film is going to release on the Christmas of respective release year. All follows the action of the first Sci-Fi foray into Pandora.

The writer Darren Franich has tweeted about the Avatar film as ““Avatar 2″ coming Christmas 2018, “Avatar 3” Christmas 2020, “Avatar 4” Christmas 2022, “Avatar 5” Christmas 2023. So says James Cameron.”

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Sigourney Weaver has confirmed that her character Grace Augustine will be in the three sequels and no further information is available regarding the acting in the fifth film.

“So far, the art I’m seeing, is in pure imagination, really far beyond the first movie. It’s going to be a truly epic saga,” Cameron shared.

Cameron has revealed that each film varies from each other, but this could create a composite of an epic saga. Some filmmaker has admitted that Cameron has decided to create the sequel in response to a tweet made by a fan saying that his first movie had failed to make the big impression on audience regardless of making lot of money. Cameron talked with his crew about the feedback and examined how they can face it. After a lot of new and creative ideas, instead of taking one Cameron is planning to make four sequels.

There is the sequel to the Deadpool film which is in work now with Ryan Reynolds. This was confirmed by the 20th Century Fox executives, and the director of the movie is Tim Miller.