Disney set the release date for the third film in 2025, so there are two years of work left for James Cameron and his team.
After getting Avatar: The Sense of Water onto the podium at films highest grossing in history, separated only by Avengers: Endgame from the original film, Disney has a lot of expectation to release the third installment of the five that James Cameron has planned.
Avatar 3 was filmed simultaneously with Avatar: The Sense of Water, so there was little footage left to complete when the second film hit theaters last December to take us back to Pandorathis time to its oceans.
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While there has been some occasional news about the upcoming film, it’s practically a mystery what state Avatar 3 is currently in, although James Cameron wanted to shed some light on the matter.
Through 1News, the director has been chatting with New Zealand film and television producers, where he has had the opportunity to share a small update on the status of Avatar 3.
The most important phase for these films
James Cameron has confirmed that Avatar 3 is already fully immersed in the post-production stage, but it should not surprise us that there are still more than two years left to release the film.
“We’re in the middle of two very hectic years of post-production right now to have everything ready for Christmas on the 25th.”
Although the shooting of a film is usually the most complex stage, the post-production of a film in the Avatar saga is immensely more complicated due to all the technical aspects required for the development of the different biomes of Pandora: landscapes, fauna, environment.
It is normal that, although Avatar 3 has already completed its principal photography, there are still two years of hard work for the team that will once again take the planet of the na’vi to the big screen in December 2025 to try to once again conquer the global box office. Before, we will have interactive portion with Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.
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