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It’s official. Avatar is returning.
Four new pieces of concept art for much anticipated sequel, or as it turns out sequels have been made public. The original film, released in 2009 was a huge hit and even inspired the awe-inspiring Pandora: World of Avatar at Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World.
The new art is positively gorgeous. We know that in the sequel, fans will return to the planet of Pandora. James Cameron has some major blockbusters under his belt and the stakes are high for him to deliver again with this film.
The original Avatar smashed box office records and was the highest grossing film of all time until it was de-throned in 2019 by Avengers: Endgame.
The sequel will feature stars like Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh, Vin Diesel and Edie Falco.
James Cameron touched down in Las Vegas to provide a first look at concept art for his forthcoming “Avatar 2” sequel. Disney acquired 20th Century Fox in 2019 and has scheduled the release of “Avatar 2” (working title) for Dec. 17, 2021, followed by three more “Avatar” films to be released in 2023, 2025 and 2027.
Monday night at 2020 CES, a large Electronics tradeshow in Las Vegas, James Cameron revealed the concept art and the sequel was touted as being “a completely new interaction between human, machine and nature.”
In an interview with CNET’s Roadshow, Cameron promised that the film would include a plethora of vehicles and machinery in addition to the breathtaking scenery from the original. “We have a lot of cool vehicles for you,” said Cameron.
According to Disney, of the concept vehicle that was also unveiled, the vehicle has an “organic design language” and “combines inside and outside into an emotional whole” which ties perfectly into the original theme of Avatar and Pandora.
The vehicle can communicate with and also through the driver via naturally flowing movements. The car has the ability to drive the front and rear axles in the same or opposite direction.
We’re returning to Pandora. Are you ready?
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(Source: CNET, Polygon, Variety, Collider)