December 12, 2022
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James Cameron’s long-awaited sequel was originally set for a 2014 release, before making fans wait for more than a decade. Perhaps part of the delay is that Cameron wasn’t exactly taking it easy on himself, choosing to set the majority of the movie underwater.
“It sounds kind of nuts, the process,” he admitted to EW about his plan for the sequel. “I mean, if Avatar hadn’t made so much damn money, we’d never do this — because it’s kind of crazy.”
If anybody could pull it off though, it’s Cameron who has been responsible for two of the top three highest-grossing movies of all time (Avatar and Titanic). Some may question whether anybody wants Avatar 2 now, but never bet against the filmmaker.
As we touch every bit of wood around us, it seems as though the sequel will finally hit cinemas in December 2022. To build up to its release, we’ve even started to get the first plot details about what to expect from our return to Pandora.
If the sequel does arrive this year, it’ll kickstart a succession of sequels every other year until Avatar 5 in December 2028. But let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves and concentrate on Avatar 2 for now.
Here’s everything you need to know about the long-delayed sequel to James Cameron’s blockbuster.
Avatar 2 release date: When will Avatar 2 be out cinemas?
To cut a long story short, Avatar 2 is finally going to be released on December 16, 2022, having been pushed back from December 2021 due to the ongoing global health crisis.
The sequel started filming in 2017, but given the movie is a mix of live-action and motion capture elements, it’s not a surprise it’s taken a while. In September 2020, Cameron revealed that they were “100% complete” on Avatar 2 and around 95% finished on Avatar 3.
Given that we’ve got three other movies to come, Cameron has been working on all of them in recent years. In December 2021, he revealed he’d already filmed some of Avatar 4 due to the young cast.
“Anything that had to be done with a specific actor, we did all the scenes for 2 and 3 together – and a little bit of 4,” he told Variety.
“I had to shoot the kids out. They’re allowed to age six years in the middle of the story on page 25 of movie 4. So I needed everything before then, and then everything after, we’ll do later.”
Avatar 2: Why has it taken so long?
If you want the full story of the sequel’s long and drawn-out journey to the screen, here goes. Looking back on it, it seems almost absurd that Avatar 2 was scheduled for release in December 2014, and Avatar 3 was scheduled for December 2015.
After delays filming was meant to start on Avatar 2 in April 2016, but April came and went, and filming never began. In January the following year, it was announced that work on the motion-capture element of the film would start by August 2017, but it actually began in September.
The announcement of a fourth Avatar movie pushed the whole lot back, and then they were all pushed back again, with Avatar 2 planned for December 2017 (and the rest set for 2018 and 2019 presumably). James Cameron blamed the “very involved” writing process for the delays.
Next, in January 2017, Avatar 2 was delayed again, the assumption being that it ran scared after Star Wars: The Last Jedi moved from May to December 2017.
The sequel was then set for a December 2020 release before Disney shifted it again to December 2021, after completing the takeover of Fox, and that brings us right up to the latest delay.
Through it all though, Cameron has been completely chilled out about any delays. “It was a seven-year gap between The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, seven-year gap between Alien and Aliens,” he said.
Avatar sequel titles: What will Avatar 2 be called?
While we’ve been calling them Avatar 2, Avatar 3 and so on, there hasn’t been any official confirmation on what they will be called.
However, the BBC reported (way back in November 2018) that the films could be called Avatar: The Way of Water, Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkun Rider and Avatar: The Quest for Eywa.
Cameron later confirmed these are potential titles, but could be subject to change.
Avatar 2 cast: Who will return to Avatar 2?
The core cast of the original Avatar are all on contract, so Cameron’s stars will be back in when it finally hits.
Zoe Saldana will reprise the role of the Na’vi princess Neytiri, with Sam Worthington also returning as the human-turned-Na’vi, Jake Sully.
Stephen Lang is back as the dead Colonel Miles Quaritch, and he’s going to be the main villain of the four movies. He said that he’ll be able to “really go to town and examine the character in detail” in the sequel (via The National).
James Cameron explained: “I’m not going to say exactly HOW we’re bringing him back, but it’s a science fiction story, after all.”
The actor isn’t giving anything away about his unexpected return, although he has promised that the sequel is worth the extended wait. “I think [fans will] be enchanted and fascinated. Look, there are people who are going to just adore this world,” he told EW.
Sci-fi goddess Sigourney Weaver will also be back as a wholly new character, saying: “Having read all four of [the Avatar scripts], I think they’re absolutely extraordinary and worth the wait.”
Kate Winslet is playing the role of Ronal in all the Avatar sequels, marking hers and James Cameron’s first collaboration since the 1997 blockbuster Titanic.
CCH Pounder will also reprise her role Neytiri’s mum Mo’at, and Matt Gerald is back as Corporal Lyle Wainfleet, while Edie Falco (The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie) is playing the new character General Ardmore.
The sequel will introduce a new Na’vi clan called the Metkayina, led by Fear the Walking Dead’s Cliff Curtis as Tonowari. Winslet’s character Ronal is also a member of the Metkayina clan, alongside the likes of Bailey Bass’s Reya and Duane Evans Jr’s Rotxo.
Jake and Neytiri have Na’vi children in the sequel too, including Jamie Flatters’s Neteyam, Britain Dalton’s Lo’ak and Trinity Bliss’s Tuktirey. They have also adopted a human child Miles Socorro, aka Spider, who is played by Jack Champion.
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