Avatar 2 had already been delayed and the movie is facing yet another delay due to the global pandemic. Fans will have to wait for a long while before the sci-fi fantasy sequel hits the screens. The first movie, Avatar, was released in 2009.
Avatar 2 Release Date
Avatar 2 has been a long-awaited movie. In the first part, Avatar was a massive hit and grossed over 2 billion worldwide, making it one of the highest-grossing movies across the globe.
Unfortunately, the second Avatar has been delayed a little due to the worldwide health crisis. So, we cannot expect Avatar 2 before December 2022 (Yes, it’s going to be a long wait).
In September 2020, James Cameron (director), stated that they were 100% with Avatar 2 while Avatar 3 was 95% finished. So, we are guessing that the visual effects and other virtual production that is taking so long.
The major characters will be back including Zoe Saldana as the Na’vi princess Neytiri. Even Sam Worthington will return in Jake Sully’s shoes.
The bad guy, Stephen Lang is coming back as well, despite dying in the first movie. The Goddess, Sigourney Weaver is making it back too.
Avatar 2 Will be a Family Saga, Says Sam Worthington pic.twitter.com/r0b9MfLJuq
— Avatar 2 (@Avatar2Official) November 13, 2020
And the biggest surprise came in 2017 when James Cameron and Kate Winslet teamed up again after 2 decades for the Avatar sequel. Winslet will be playing Ronal in the upcoming movie.
What will be the title?
The second installment of Avatar can be titled ‘Avatar: The Way of Water.’ Even though Cameron has confirmed the title, it can be altered later.
Avatar 3, Avatar 4, and Avatar 5!
In case you did not know, Avatar has been already renewed for 3 more sequels, Avatar 3, 4, and 5. Avatar 3 will likely hit the screens in 2024, Avatar 4 will be seen in 2026, and Avatar 5 in December 2028. Fans are in for a huge treat for the next decade!
Here is a trailer of the upcoming Avatar movie!
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