Avatar 2 is in full swing. The sequel to the famous James Cameron story warms up with new visuals.
There is no doubt that the sequels to Avatar were long in coming. After years, the first film to hit theaters will be Avatar 2 and the team is in full swing. Thanks to James Cameron and people who work with him, we were able to see some details about this next high-cost film that he hopes to surprise us with some great technology. Now, a new image came to light and here we show it to you.
Recently, the producer Jon Laudau was the one who decided to share a bit of what Avatar 2 will be. On his Instagram account, he published some images from the shoot in which he boasts a ship, specifically the Matador. “A combat ship on a 16-ton base and 360-degree motion control”, wrote in the description of the image. It also boasts “three technocranes and a Russian arm mounted on a Mercedes Benz”. As Landau himself says, “Just another day on the set of the ‘Avatar’ sequels”.
The last set for 2020 filming —The Matador (a 50’ forward command boat) on a 16-ton, 360 degree motion-control base. Three Technocranes and a Russian Arm mounted on top of a Mercedes-Benz. Just another day on the set of the Avatar sequels. (credit @jonlandau) pic.twitter.com/MB6dzUzeEr
— James Cameron (@JimCameron) December 15, 2020
It looks like the team will take a vacation and enjoy the holidays away from work. The producer himself stated in his post that it is “the last filming set of 2020”. Although for now the work is finished, the truth is that there is still much to do and the film still has loose ends. However, James Cameron and his companions still have plenty of time for Avatar 2. Let’s remember that this first film, starring Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington, we will not see until December 16, 2022.
In addition to these two, we will once again see well-known faces such as Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang or Giovanni Ribisi, and such interesting incorporations as Kate Winslet, David Thewlis and Oona Chaplin. After Avatar 2, three more sequels will hit theaters with release dates scheduled for 2024, 2026 and 2028.