James Cameron revealed just last month that work on AVATAR 2 was 100% complete with the second sequel also well on the way, but as the release of the AVATAR sequels have been pushed back by a full year, we’re still more than two years out from our return to the world of Pandora. In the meantime, we’ll have to make due with the behind-the-scenes images that the official AVATAR Twitter account has been dropping with some regularity.
A new image from the AVATAR sequels was unveiled today which features our first look at Edie Falco as General Ardmore, the new head of Resources Development Administration activity on Pandora. Check it out below!
It’s been over a decade since AVATAR hit theaters, but I mentioned above that we’ll have even longer to wait for the sequels as Disney has pushed all of the films back. This found AVATAR 2 moving from December 17, 2021 to December 16, 2022; AVATAR 3 moving from December 22, 2023 to December 20, 2024; AVATAR 4 moving from December 19, 2025 to December 18, 2026; and AVATAR 5 moving from December 27, 2027 to December 22, 2028. Although this is far from the first delay that James Cameron has experienced in regards to the AVATAR films, he penned a letter to give his thoughts on the matter. “There is no one more disappointed about this delay than me,” Cameron wrote. “But I am buoyed by the incredible performances of our cast and the extraordinary work that Weta Digital is doing bringing the world of Pandora and the characters of the film to life.” While I haven’t exactly been eagerly awaiting Cameron’s return to AVATAR over the past decade, I’d be lying if I didn’t admit a good deal of curiosity when it comes to exactly what sort of story Cameron is planning to tell over the course of four sequels.