Avatar 2 remains one of the highly awaited films across the globe undoubtedly. But sadly just like every other film, James Cameron directorial venture equally got hampered by the coronavirus pandemic but finally, the work has resumed.
With the nationwide lockdown, daily life came to a halt. But now the work on Avatar 2 kick-started on Monday. The filming is currently being shot in Wellington and will hit theatres next year. Producer Jon Landau treated the fans with one behind-the-scene picture from the shoot.
Taking to Instagram, Landau wrote, “Used my iPhone to snap a picture of our first shot back in production on the Avatar sequels.”
James Cameron, along with over 50 crew members, reached New Zealand to resume the shooting of the much-anticipated Avatar 2, a few days ago. The unit reached Wellington, New Zealand, on 31st May, for arrangements in order to resume filming of the film series. The 54-member unit arrived by a chartered plane.
In an interview, earlier, with Empire for the new Celebration Of Cinema issue, Cameron spilt the beans on how he is confident enough that his much-awaited Avatar 2 will release as planned. It is currently scheduled for release on December 17, 2021. Avatar 2 follows Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) as he roams the planet of Pandora with the new family he has with Neytiri (Zoe Saldana).