Why You May Have To Wait Until 2016 To See The ‘Avatar’ Sequel
At a recent preview screening for the new, 3D version of “Titanic” in Los Angeles, the film’s producer Jon Landau stated that James Cameron's first “Avatar” sequel is “four years away.”
The highly-anticipated sequel was originally slated for a December 2014 release date, according to 20th Century Fox.
"Avatar 2" and "Avatar 3," which is set to be released a year later, are Cameron’s next back-to-back projects. This means "Avatar 3" won’t hit theaters until 2017.
But sounds like it’s worth the wait.
"Landau promised that ‘Avatar 2’ was going to showcase advanced technology; from the 3D camera system used to the CG and performance capture, but also in terms of a higher frame rate," stated fansite Bleeding Cool.