Filming for the ‘Avatar’ Sequels has Resumed in New Zealand. Recently, New Zealand approved the resumption of filming for various film studios including the studio housing the filming for the Avatar sequels which are being filmed simultaneously.
The news comes from Producer, Jon Landau, who shared a photo of himself and director James Cameron on the tarmac at Wellington International Airport in New Zealand.
A post shared by Jon Landau (@jonplandau) on May 30, 2020 at 6:08pm PDT
As we previously shared, the Avatar sequels are being film simultaneously in an unprecedented manor that is rather un heard of in the film industry. Director James Cameron has confirmed they have finished filming for Avatar 2 and are currently working on filming for Avatar 3-5. Despite production on set being shut down, many VFX artists were still hard at work on the films, so there is little chance of a delay in the films release in December 2021.
We are very excited to see filming resume on the Avatar sequels and can’t wait for more photos and insight into the filmmaking process. Be sure to check back here at Chip and Co. for updates and all things Disney!
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