James Cameron says Avatar 2 is complete, Avatar 3 is almost finished


The movie only recently resumed production after the pandemic shut down the industry in March and had to move its projected premiere date of December 17, 2021. At the time, he said they were mostly done with the live-action side of production too, but they had a couple more months of work to do that would be completed in the spring.

'We are able to operate. we're able to shoot, and we're able to more or less have a normal life here right now, ' he said to Schwarzenegger, who has starred in three of Cameron's films: The Terminator (1984), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) and True Lies (1994).

"I know you're in the middle of shooting Avatar, I know you had to get up now to do this interview because of the time change in New Zealand and all that stuff, tell me, is there anything that we should know?" We're shooting the remainder of the live-action.

As EW revealed last October, the second Avatar film will focus on the offspring of Jake Sully (Worthington) and Neytiri (Saldana). "It turns out to be the first or second-best country in the world for its Covid response". "We were very fortunate, so I don't see any roadblocks to us getting the picture finished".

Zoe Saldana as Neytiri and Sam Worthington as Jake Sully in Avatar
20th Century Studios

However, he wasn't expecting the coronavirus pandemic to put a wrench in those plans, and production in New Zealand was forced to shut down a bit, resulting all the Avatar sequels being delayed.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron spoke to each other for the Austrian World Summit.

All of this progress will hopefully mean that we're going to get each Avatar sequel on their now scheduled release dates. During his conversation the filmmaker also stated that principal photography of Avatar 2 is also completed.

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