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feedproxy.google.com – Bill Paxton and James Cameron are more than just co-workers. Besides the fact they’ve worked together on The Terminator, Aliens, True Lies, Titanic and Ghosts of the Abyss, they’re actually real life friends too. Could we see Bill Paxton in Avatar sequels? So at this year’s Warner Bros. WonderCon panel, which Paxton was attending to promote Edge of Tomorrow, a valid question was asked about Cameron’s upcoming films. 2 days 23 hours ago via donnieyen
3:17 PM 4/14/2014 by Binh Ngo
James Cameron was on Reddit over the weekend answering questions that touched upon some of his past and future movies. Below are some of the highlights. Of course, everyone wanted to know about the three Avatar sequels. Cameron said the scripts for all three will be completed within the next six months, but preproduction is going right now.
screenrant.com – Now that five years have passed since moviegoers last took a trip to the ultimate holiday destination of Pandora in James Cameron’s sci-fi epic Avatar, it can be easy to forget that there are three sequels currently in the works, set to be shot back-to-back beginning this fall. It’s lucky that there’s still plenty of planet left to explore. 1 week 3 days ago via theothersenhman
deadline.com – The Fox CEO made the disclosure in Fortune, which landed the first comprehensive interview he has given since 2009. (We’ll get to other revelations in a separate post.) He says that Fox plans to “step up our production of major films” and has “one or two or maybe more sequels to Avatar.” The first one is due for the end of 2016. 2 weeks 8 hours ago via brucelee
darkhorizons.com – Appearing at London's 3D Creative Summit in a pre-recorded interview, "Avatar" director James Cameron is doubling down on 3D for the "Avatar" sequels as he thinks he was "probably too conservative" with its use in the first film. Cameron says: "I'm going to open up my depth more on the Avatar sequels. 5 weeks 3 days ago via brucelee
4:18 PM 2/18/2014 by Jeff Giles
It's been quite awhile since James Cameron wrapped production on the first Avatar, and although he's always maintained that multiple sequels are on the way, he's taken his sweet time when it comes to delivering them. Fans eager to lay eyes on Pandora and the Na’vi again will need to keep waiting for awhile, but take heart:
movieweb.com – Actress Zoe Saldana was confirmed to return as Na'Vi Neytiri in all three upcoming Avatar sequels (including Avatar 2, Avatar 3 and Avatar 4) this past week, and now, for the first time, she is talking about returning to her role in one of the biggest franchises of all time. 13 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
9:10 PM 12/16/2013 by Binh Ngo
What can we expect to see in the Avatar sequels? Well, if Avatar is like Pocahontas, then the sequels will be akin to The Godfather series.