‘Avatar’: footage will have scenes recorded on Earth, says James Cameron



The long-awaited sequels to “Avatar” will present a contrast between two worlds, and according to filmmaker James Cameron, fans can look forward to scenes set on planet Earth.

The information was shared in a recent interview with Variety magazine. At the time, the director referred to the acclaimed “Duna” remake, pointing out that “Avatar” would follow a similar premise:

“Just as Dune takes place in some worlds, the Avatar sequels will take place between two worlds, as part of the plot will take place on Earth, as the story unfolds.”

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In an interview with Total Film, producer Jon Landau explained why the sequel is taking so long: They took the time to write the scripts up to “Avatar 5.”

“Scripts are the project we work with. So a lot of our time has been written … with the challenge of each of those four scripts having to resolve individually into a story that ends in great emotional resolution – but when you look at them as a whole, the arc of the story of the four films creates an even bigger epic saga, ”he said.

“Avatar 2” will have as parents Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) and will take place several years after the first film.

In the plot, the idyllic Sully’s life is interrupted when RDA mining returns to Pandora, forcing Jake to take the family to “what is considered a safe haven” on the reef.

“And when you get to the reef, there will be a clan that we call the Metkayina. The Sullys are no longer in the environment they know, the rainforest. They become fish out of the water. They become culturally and ecologically fish out of the water, ”he concluded.

‘Avatar 2’ has been confirmed for December 16, 2022. It should be remembered that this is the seventh time that the footage has been postponed.

“Avatar” has raised $ 2,798.9 billion worldwide.

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