James Cameron Confirms Multiple Alita: Battle Angel Sequels
This weekend, producer James Cameron dropped a bombshell that will surely delight fans of the film, as plans have been confirmed for not just one, but multiple sequels to the story.
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Since the release of the film in what seemed like a long time ago 2019, the fandom has strongly demanded a continuation of the story of Alita.
The success of the film, which brought Yukito Kishiro’s GUNNM manga series to life, only fueled the desire for more films to expand on this great story. Producer and director James Cameron, along with Jon Landau and director Robert Rodriguez, they had already talked about discussions of a possible sequel, keeping viewers hopeful for the future. But over the years and Cameron’s long list of projects, this seemed impossible.
And this production received praise for its innovative and exciting narrative, the only one of its kind to date, as well as for its striking visual design.
The film managed to capture the essence and depth of the source material, with an impressive performance of the main character, played by Rosa Salazar. In such a way, the visual effects and motion capture technology helped to bring Alita to life in a surprisingly realistic way.
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This critical success was also endorsed for the passionate fandom that formed around the film.
Fans of the original work and new followers came together to celebrate and support the world of Alita. Events were organized, online communities were created with a high degree of dedication and enthusiasm, which only helped to strengthen the bond between the fans and the film, thus making it a lasting phenomenon.
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It was so, after a long Expect and in an unexpected turn of events, James Cameron recently revealed—and suspiciously casually—during an interview with Forbes that not only is a single sequel in the works, but there are plans for a long-running franchise.
Cameron’s mention of working on these projects was part of the many reasons he gave to justify the sale of his Gaviota Coast ranch in California, indicating the significant commitment and dedication involved in his upcoming projects. “And on Avatar, I’m working in Wellington and Los Angeles. And in the new Alita: Battle Angel movies, I’ll be working in Austin, so it didn’t make sense for us anymore,” the director of Terminator 2: The Last Judgment shared (92%) for the medium.
Although Cameron’s schedule currently filled by the ambitious Avatar franchise, —particularly after the box office success of Avatar: The Water Path (93%)— mention of the Alita sequels has generated great excitement in the fan community. Although it is also true that, Considering the time it takes this filmmaker to complete each of his films, it is very likely that it could be some long time before these projects come to fruition.
For now, the saga has the support of his passionate fan base. followers towards a promising future.
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