He added that Disney announced in July that it had postponed the Avatar movie series for a year, meaning the launch of “Avatar 2” on December 16, 2022, and “Avatar 3” was determined on December 20, 2024, “Avatar 4” would be shown on December 18, 2026, and “Avatar 5”. On December 22, 2028.
He said: “We have been infected with COVID as it has infected everyone … We have lost about four and a half months of production, and as a result, the second part will be shown in December of 2022.”
“This does not mean that I have an extra year to finish the movie because the day we present” Avatar 2 “, we will start working on ending Avatar 3 … So where are we now, I am in New Zealand shooting mode, we are filming the rest of the live action.
The second part of “Avatar”, which was originally intended to be released in 2014, will start 13 years after the first “Avatar”.