Even before the release of Avatar 2, the film crew has already filmed a good portion of Avatar 4, a film that is not due to hit theaters for another four years. The surprising news was revealed by producer Jon Landau.
According to the filmmaker, planning for the feature is well advanced, but logistics required that at least the first act be filmed for now:
“We have completed most of the first act of Avatar 4 and there were logistical reasons why we needed to do that. We designed most of the film, but we didn’t shoot the whole thing – just the first act.”
Without revealing details about what audiences can expect from the sequels, Landau revealed only that the sequences will show different parts of Pandora:
“We will introduce new cultures and biomes to the audience with each sequence. We don’t leave cultures we know behind.”
It seems that, all in all, the filmmaker has reached a satisfactory level with at least one of the sequels, as Avatar: The Water Path hits theaters on December 15. Before that, the original 2009 film returns to the big screen, and is already playing in Brazil.
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