Avatar 2 To Release In Mid-2018; Features Weaver & Lang's Resurrection
Ever since James Cameron created the science fiction saga, the following are asking what Avatar2 and the rest of the sequels have in store. It seems that the villain of the movie is coming back. And not just for the second movie but for the third and fourth as well.
Ever since James Cameron created the science fiction saga, many fans are asking what "Avatar 2" and the rest of the sequels have in store. It seems that the villain of the movie is coming back. And not just for the second movie but for the third and fourth as well.
The question still remains how will Stephen Lang's character colonel Quaritch, came back to life in Avatar 2. The answer to that is simple. "It's a science, " says Stephen Lang. The last time the hardcore angsty marine showed his face he was speared through the chest.
"Avatar 2" release date has been moved again by Fox to December 2018-one year later than the first premiere date announced. Several reports claimed that this cannot be taken as the fixed release date as they have postponed it.
According to Christian Daily, " Avatar 2" was initially slated for release last 2014 but eventually moved to 2015. After that,a new release date was set for this year and the second to the last delay was set for December 2017.
It is also reported that "Avatar 2" sets in years after the original film where Jake Sully (Sam Worthington), a human turned into Avatar, became the tribal chieftain. He was tighter with his wife Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), who also became a high priestess.
Furthermore, aside from "Avatar 2" that will arrive in 2018, the third sequel will reportedly hit theaters in 2020 and fourth in 2022. All of them will be released during the month of December.
Now, the premiere date has been set for December 2018 along with Cameron's plan of having and additional sequel. That is why the number of "Avatar" sequel in the future has increased to four. Cameron explained that they managed to have a collision against the limitations of their art form.
The Hollywood reporter quoted the 61-year old filmmaker saying, " So far, the art I'm seeing is, in pure imagination, really far beyond the first film".