James Cameron and 20th Century Fox officially announced the two sequels “Avatar,” according to the The New York Times.
The fact that the pattern followed by two sequels, was known for a long time. In particular, in March 2010, Cameron has even called the approximate dates of work on a sequel. Then the director said that the shooting needs three to three and a half years.
Now Cameron announced release dates of two sequels. “Avatar 2” and “Avatar 3” as his next two movies, with the first of the sequels scheduled for release in December 2014, the second – in December 2015.James Cameron and the Fox film executives, Jim Gianopulos and Tom Rothman, said they intended to begin production next year on the first sequel. The film is not yet officially titled, they said.
“Avatar” was released in December 2009. In autumn 2010 released an expanded version, which included nine minutes of additional material and became the highest-grossing film in history, with almost $2.8 billion in worldwide ticket sales.
“Avatar” was shot in 3D. The success of the film became one of the causes of the popularity of this format. Both sequels “Avatar” will also be three dimensional.
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