On December 20, 2022, the world will see the sequel to Avatar, the movie with the most money made of all time. The name of the movie is Avatar: The Way of Water. It was thought that the movie would do very well at the box office.
In a recent interview with Total Film Magazine, the director said that if The Way of Water doesn’t do well at the box office, all sequels after Avatar 3 will be put on hold. So, Avatar 3 will be the last film in the series.
If you don’t know, James Cameron first talked about the sequels (Avatar 2, 3, 4, and 5) in 2011. In 2017, he said that the writing for the first four sequels was done.
Avatar 3 Release Date
Avatar 3 should come out on December 20, 2024, Avatar 4 on December 18, 2026, and Avatar 5, the last movie in the series, on December 22, 2028.
According to the entertainment website Thrillist, the third movie is called Avatar: The Seed Bearer, the fourth is called Avatar: The Tulkun Rider, and the fifth is called Avatar: The Quest for Eywa.
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The budget for Avatar 3 is said to be $250 million, which is the same as the budget for the first two movies. On September 25, 2017, filming for both Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 began in New Zealand. Cameron also told Total Film Magazine in the interview that if Avatar 2 doesn’t do well, the story will be finished in the third movie.
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Cameron’s reputation as an artist was cemented by the huge success of the first movie, and he signed a deal with 20th Century Fox to make three more films: The Way of Water, Avatar 3, and Avatar 4. When Disney bought Fox, the support of the Mouse House helped the director reach his goals.
— Avatar (@officialavatar) November 11, 2022
He has made many box office hits, such as Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Aliens, Titanic, and more. Cameron said, “The post-pandemic theatre experience is uncertain because of the growth of the streaming business and changing consumer tastes.
The market could tell us we’re done in three months or that we’re only halfway done, in which case we’d say, “Okay, let’s finish the story in movie three and not keep going on and on,” if it’s not profitable to do so. Even the world itself has changed since I wrote these things.
It’s a two-for-one deal: the pandemic and streaming. Or, on the other hand, maybe we’ll remind people why they should go to the theatre. This movie does that for sure. The question is, how many people care now?