The sequel to ‘Avatar‘, the highest-grossing film in the world, has been resumed before Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame released last year. The conditions worsened by the Corona virus in New Zealand are now slowly returning to normal. Therefore, all the actors and staff working in this film are leaving for New Zealand next week. The news of this news has been shared by the film’s producer John Landau on his social media account on Thursday.
The producer of the film, John Landau, shared a photo of the set on his Instagram account, writing, ‘The sequel to our film’ Avatar ‘is ready. Now we are leaving for New Zealand next week and we cannot wait for this journey at all. Describing the two submarines seen in the photo, he wrote, ‘Look at these submarines. One of them is a high-speed submarine while the other is a Picador jetboat. ‘ These submarines are to be used in the shooting of the film.
The sequel to the 2009 film ‘Avatar’, directed by James Cameron, was halted when the worldwide lockdown caused by the Corona virus came into force in March. At this time, the work of most of the world’s films has stopped. Probably one of the biggest films, this will be the first film whose shooting and production work is going to start again after this shutdown. The four sequels of the film ‘Avatar’ were announced simultaneously.
The first of them is scheduled to be released on 17 December 2021. While December 2023, December 2025 and December 2027 have been fixed for the remaining three films. All these films will be directed by James Cameron.