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James Cameron has no concerns over time gap between Avatar 1 & 2 Time is the master of erosion. Everything will succumb to its grip, and that includes the passion people have for certain movies. AVATAR remains the highest grossing movie of all time, and though a sequel has been in the works for a long time there will be a decade-long gap between the first film and AVATAR 2. This is a large amount of time in which people to lose interest in the 2009 mega hit, but director James... Read More...

Avatar 2: Film To Shoot This Fall? I swear, we’ll all be dead by the time Avatar 2 finally comes out. Eight years ago, James Cameron took the world by storm with his imaginative Pocahontas re-telling, Avatar. The film relied heavily on the best visual effects at the time, and went on to create an entire race of Na’vi, the blue natives of Pandora.

Avatar 2 Has Been Delayed, To The Surprise Of Nobody There is no denying the greatness of James Cameron, the man brought us Terminator, Titanic, Avatar, and the first movie I mentioned alone makes him a legend. He also likely has more money than anyone reading any entertainment site combined, and people of this type of wealth can sometimes get a little bored and like to venture into some of their other passions. For him, it is sea exploration, and uncovering the depths hidden below the ocean's murky waters. Unfortunately, this may be delaying his current theatrical works.

James Cameron Confirms ‘Avatar 2’ Won’t Arrive in 2018, Make Your Fake Surprised Face Now It’s been over seven years since James Cameron brought Avatar into theaters and it became the highest grossing movie of all time. Since then, the loyal group of fans have been waiting for the director to follow it up with his promised sequels. The number of sequels that James Cameron has promised grew to four last year with an announcement at CinemaCon, and since then we’ve expected them to arrive starting in 2018. But guess what?

Fox Lays Claim To Future Release Dates For Marvel Films, Probably Avatar Sequel As the entertainment press prepared to take a day off from grueling 24 hour entertainment news cycle to gorge itself Turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie, Fox sneakily announced a bunch of release dates for future movies, including two untitled Marvel films, and what is most likely the long-awaited Avatar sequel. No, we’re not talking about the little bald guy with the wind powers, and we’re not talking about Bleeding Cool’s benevolent benefactors; we’re talking about James Cameron’s high-tech furry porn.

Ed Skrein Joins James Cameron's ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL According to the Hollywood Reporter, Deadpool actor Ed Skrein has signed on to play the villain in director Robert Rodriguez' Alita: Battle Angel. Skrein joins Rosa Salazar (Insurgent), Christoph Waltz (Spectre), and Jackie Earl Haley (Preacher). Rodriguez is adapting the Japanese manga with famed director James Cameron on board as producer through his Lightstorm Entertainment, along with his producing partner John Landau.Skrein will play the villain cyborg, Zapan, who wields a powerful weapon known as the Damascus blade.

'Battle Angel Alita' Casts Rosa Salazar to Play Battle Angel Alita A big bit of casting new for you before your holiday weekend: Collider reports that James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez have found their star for their big-budget, live-action movie version of Battle Angel Alita. It’s Rosa Salazar from The Maze Runner franchise (and the upcoming movie version of CHiPs). Salazar beat out finalists Maika Monroe (Independence Day: Resurgence) and Zendaya (Spider-Man: Homecoming) for the role. Continue reading…

Avatar 2’s Christmas 2017 Release May Be Delayed Despite Avatar‘s continued box office dominance, its cultural standing has diminished significantly. Where other major properties are buoyed by sequels, merchandise or animated spinoffs, Avatar disappeared into director James Cameron‘s meticulous planning for a trilogy of sequel films. That planning may have caused another delay in the release of Avatar 2 as The Wrap reports the film will not be ready for a Christmas, 2017 release.

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