Avatar : James Cameron Reveals Sequel Will Have Sea World.


Avatar director James Cameron has revealed more details about the movie sequel setting. While Speaking with Vanity Fair about Kate Winslet in the movie, Cameron revealed that Avatar 2 will feature an underwater world a la Atlantis.

She does, and she’s very excited about it. She blazed through for a couple of days of rehearsals and saw the world that we had created, and how we do the work, and she’s very excited. She plays a character who’s part of the Sea People, the reef people. The one thing she did do is demand that she do all her own water work. I said, “All right, that’s fine, we’ll have to teach you how to free dive.”

The other actors are up to three- and four-minute breath holds. We’ve already been doing underwater capture. We did a scene last week with six teenagers, well, actually five teenagers and one 7-year-old underwater holding their breath for a couple minutes and acting, actually doing a dialogue scene under water because they speak kind of a sign language.






The director also revealed that the future lies in the success the movie's two upcoming sequels.

“Let’s face it, if Avatar 2 and 3 don’t make enough money, there’s not going to be a 4 and 5. They’re fully encapsulated stories in and of themselves. It builds across the five films to a greater kind of meta narrative, but they’re fully formed films in their own right, unlike, say, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, where you really just had to sort of go, ‘Oh, sh*t, all right, well I guess I better come back next year.’ Even though that all worked and everybody did.”

Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment and Christie Digital are allegedly working on a new RGB laser projection systems that will exclude the need for 3D glasses to watch a 3D film for Avatar 2 and the remaining sequels. The technology will provide crystal clear, sharp images, eliminating 3D glasses.

Avatar is set to hit theaters in December, 2018, with the other three movies slated to be released in 2020, 2022 and 2023, respectively.

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