James Cameron Completes Scripts for all Avatar Movies, Production Start Date Confirmed
James Cameron’s Avatar was released in 2009, and came out a box office knockout. From the superb advertisement and beautiful digital artistry, the movie was a wonder to see. In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Cameron confirmed the completion of the upcoming sequel, including the next three.
The thing is, my focus isn’t on Avatar 2. My focus is on Avatar 2, 3, 4, and 5 equally. That’s exactly how I’m approaching it. They’ve all been developed equally. I’ve just finished the script to Avatar 5. I’m now starting the process of active prep.”
Preparations and production for the movies have already begun, but film and working with the actors won’t begin until August of this year. The script writing process hasn’t been all fun and games for the director either. In fact, Cameron has practically signed his life away and worked at the scripts non-stop for the past 2 years.
Our volume is up and running, and everything is designed, and so we’re going full-guns right now. I feel like I’ve been let out of jail, because I’ve been in the writing cave for the last two years,” he said. “I’m actually enjoying life. I don’t enjoy writing. I wouldn’t wish writing on a dog.”
Now that the renown director has, once again, seen the light and graced the public with his presence – it is time for fans to brace themselves. It’s about to be a long-winded ride to awe-inspiring work. While the release date has not been confirmed, it is speculated to arrive sometime toward the end of 2018. In November, 20th Century Fox updated their calendar to include an untitled movie from Cameron’s production company, Lightstorm Entertainment.
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