That’s right. The late Colonel Miles Quaritch, played by Stephen Lang, is somehow coming back for James Cameron’s Avatar sequel, and he’s going to be around for a long, long time.
Follow-ups to the highest-grossing movie of all time were originally slated to start coming out next year. But recent statements by director James Cameron disclosed that there’d be a delay for the coming wave of Avatar sequels. Now we know the exact dates that Cameron and his team are aiming for, starting with…
James Cameron’s Avatar, the highest grossing film of all time, opened in 2009. Its first sequel was originally scheduled to be released five years later, but Cameron has never been one to rush. So 2014 became 2015, then 2016, 2017, and most recently 2018. Well, like clockwork, it now seems the four Avatar sequels will…
The creator of Avatar, James Cameron, just blew the ending of his potential five film movie universe. And he did it with a theme park. Stay with us here, cause it’s a little weird.
For the better part of a decade, the most fascinating narrative about the Avatar sequels was their release dates. Now that we think that’s settled, director James Cameron has finally begun to reveal what the actual narrative will be about: Family.
Well, now we have an idea why James Cameron has continued to delay his Avatar sequels. The director came to CinemaCon 2016 to announce that his vision for the world has expanded beyond the previously announced four films. Now there will be five.
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