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Old 04-22-17, 08:58 AM
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Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

We have the new release dates!

http://https://www.facebook.com/Avatar/

"Great to be working with the best team in the business! Avatar takes flight as we begin concurrent production on four sequels. The journey continues December 18, 2020, December 17, 2021, December 20, 2024 and December 19, 2025!"
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Where’s the Avatar 2 thread? I searched but could’t find it.

Im not really invested in these, but I thought this was interesting.

https://comicbook.com/2020/03/08/ava...n-lang-return/
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Originally Posted by E Unit
Where’s the Avatar 2 thread? I searched but could’t find it.

Im not really invested in these, but I thought this was interesting.

https://comicbook.com/2020/03/08/ava...n-lang-return/

Here it was the second thing that popped up.

https://forum.dvdtalk.com/movie-talk...n-saldana.html
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

So weird, not for me. Thanks D.
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Oh wow, haha... I completely forgot about that post. Please feel free to make a new Avatar 3 or Avatar Sequels thread!
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Re: Avatar: The Way of Water (2022, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana



The assembly cut for Part 3 is 9 hours and Cameron wants to post all of it?

Before you question the source, it's a podcast with Jeff Sneider, who is a legit Hollywood entertainment reporter.
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

I'm sure Disney would agree if they could take Avatar 3 and release it as Parts I and II about six months apart.
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Avatar
Avatar: The Way of Water
Avatar 3a
Avatar 3b
Avatar 3c
Avatar 3d In 3D!
Avatar 4

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Re: Avatar: The Way of Water (2022, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Originally Posted by DJariya
https://twitter.com/DiscussingFilm/s...BaVxc4ReDJsPLw


The assembly cut for Part 3 is 9 hours and Cameron wants to post all of it?
I shudder to think what the economics of that would look like... Pissing away millions and millions of dollars on nine hours of elaborate CGI, only to throw two-thirds of it out.

Methinks Mister Cameron isn't putting up the money for this himself.

And Mickey had better wait and see how The Way of Water does this weekend before agreeing to anything.

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Not sure how accurate their source is, but (per BBC News) these are potenital titles for the next three movies: Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkun Rider and Avatar: The Quest for Eywa.

https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-46059129


Apparently each sequel will explore a different region of Pandora: grassland, desert and tundra. People have complained that the water region was not as visually interesting as the forests in the first film. I can't really see a snowy mountain or desert (even in 3D) being as big a draw for audiences looking for special effects eye candy. I need more of a connection to the characters to stay invested and keep coming back. I hope Cameron gets a bit more complex with the story arcs and dramatic tension if they end up releasing five more of these things (yes, he's now upped his desired sequel count to six).

I think I read that the Sully clan traveling to Earth in one of the sequels is on the table. It might be interesting if they visit Jake's human parents. I don't recall if the first movie referenced them or if they're supposed to still be alive. Maybe the dad is speciest and refuses to accept that his least favorite yet last remaining son is no longer human. Not to mention the grandkids are also giant blue cat hybrids. Maybe Jake's mom is a bit more open-minded and tries to mend the rift in the family. Cliché, but it's something. Cameron could even do stunt casting and bring in Linda Hamilton (long shot there) and Michael Biehn.

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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Fire Navi in the third one.

The fire will be represented by the Ash People. I want to reveal the Na'vi from another angle because, at the moment, I have only shown their good sides. In the early films, there are very negative human examples and very positive Na'vi examples. In Avatar 3, we'll do the reverse. We will also explore new universes while continuing the story of the main characters.
I can say that the last parts will be the best. The others were an introduction, a way to set the table before serving the meal. But, obviously, everything will depend on how Avatar 2 will be received, if it will find its audience.
https://www.ign.com/articles/james-c...ture-fire-navi
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

I think Kiri and Spider will get together. Kiri will be the "seed bearer" and she will give birth to some new form of life/hybrid. All speculation of course.
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Originally Posted by bluetoast
Slow down Cameron, you're gonna run out of elements!

So what does that leave for the sequels? Snow Navi? Desert Navi? Hipster Navi?
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

That is a heck of a lot of content for a fictional group of people whose only apparent interests are
1) Coexist peacefully with nature
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Hell yeah, I'm down with that!
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re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Pushed a year:

Avatar 3 (20th) previously dated on 12/20/24 moves to 12/19/25

Avatar 4 (20th) previously dated on 12/18/26 moves to 12/21/29

Avatar 5 (20th) previously dated on 12/22/28 moves to 12/19/31
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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Cameron will be 77 when Avatar 5 gets released.
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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

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Cameron will be 77 when Avatar 5 gets released.
I'm sure he's fine with that. This appears to be the computer generated blue hill he wishes to die upon.
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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

I guess Cameron is too busy working on the 4K UHD releases of The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, True Lies, Titanic and a remaster of T2.


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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

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I don’t think DVD Talk will exist in 2029 and 2031.
I want to believe that we can make it to 30 years!
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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

Those are some BIG changes in dates for the last two movies. 3 years seems like kind of a long delay!

I just saw an online article with the headline:

“A baby born the day of Avatar’s release will be old enough to legally drink when the final movie is released”

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If they would have moved Avatar 4 to 2028 instead, then each movie from part 2 would have been 3 years apart.
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Re: Avatar 3 (2025, D: Cameron) S: Worthington, Saldana

I was joking a while ago when I said they’d need to use de-aging technology for the actors since the production is so spread out, but maybe that’s not so far off now.

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