Walt Disney World has debuted concept artwork of what theme park attendees can expect from the James Cameron-inspired Avatar set to open in 2017 in Animal Kingdom.
A new rumor contends Arnold Schwarzenegger will join forces once again with his Terminator director James Cameron as the bad guy in Avatar 2.
James Cameron will collaborate with Josh Friedman (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Shane Salerno (Salinger) and Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) on three Avatar sequels.
Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles and Locke & Key writer/producer Josh Friedman reportedly has been tapped by James Cameron to write Avatar 2.
Following news that plans are moving forward with a Blade Runner sequel, written by Green Lantern’s Michael Green, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert makes a case for leaving some films just the way they are.
Speaking at the NAB Technology Summit on Cinema, producer Jon Landau revealed that for the Avatar sequel, director James Cameron will experiment with using performance-capture technology underwater.
Although James Cameron has announced he’s in the Avatar business for the next four or five years, shooting two sequels back and to back before perhaps moving on to a prequel, he still wants to adapt Battle Angel Alita.
Congratulations to Marvel’s The Avengers, which has now become only the third movie of all time to cross $600 million in US box office take alone, with its worldwide take now in the region of $1,438.3 million. Unsurprisingly, with the prospect of the movie potentially becoming the most successful movie in history suddenly coming on the horizon, the question is now raised: Can Marvel and Disney ensure there’s enough gas left in the tank to ensure the movie topples Avatar?
Actress Sigourney Weaver revealed that director James Cameron will film her in in the three sequels to Avatar at the same time.
While in China, director James Cameron discussed a desire to focus his creative energies to making documentaries and Avatar sequels. “I’m in the Avatar business,” he said. “Period. That’s it.”
Director James Cameron still wants to adapt the cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita, but only after he completes Avatar 2 and 3, which should be about 2017.