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The sequel to James Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi blockbuster Avatar has been in growth for a few years, and it is nonetheless almost two years till it hits theaters. However whereas we’re unlikely to see any footage the film for a while, the primary idea artwork has been launched.

The photographs have been revealed by Cameron on the tech commerce present CES in Las Vegas. They’re views of the planet Pandora, with a concentrate on the its oceans. Whereas particular plot particulars concerning the film are under-wraps, we all know that it’ll set in and across the sea, and there is not any denying that this paintings is spectacular. Verify the photographs out under, through the franchise’s official Twitter feed:

Cameron was additionally at CES to announce a partnership with Mercedes-Benz and revealed the prototype for a very weird and futuristic-looking electric car, impressed by Avatar’s visible fashion.

The Avatar sequel hits theaters on December 17, 2021. Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, and Stephen Lang will reprise their roles from the primary film, and can be joined by Kate Winslet, Vin Diesel, Michelle Yeoh, and Jemaine Clement. Manufacturing on the live-action components of the film wrapped in November.

There are additionally one other three Avatar motion pictures scheduled for 2023, 2025, and 2027 releases. Nonetheless, Cameron has beforehand acknowledged that the latter two movies rely on the box office performance of the first sequel. The primary Avatar held the report for the largest film of all time for almost a decade, earlier than it was finally beaten by Avengers: Endgame final 12 months.

In associated information, the Avatar Twitter account just lately confirmed that Ubisoft’s new open-world Avatar sport, which is being developed by The Division studio Large, remains to be within the works. Ubisoft has been quiet on the venture for a very long time, so some puzzled if plans have been scrapped. The sport was introduced in 2017 and is at the moment identified solely as The Avatar Project.



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