James Cameron on the”Avatar” sequel that’s always a day away

Photo (cc) by Steve Jurvetson

Do you remember a little film called “Avatar” from back in ? Yah, me neither.

The film exploded during it’s debut, breaking the Word Record for highest-grossing film of all time, which was previously held by Cameron’s “Titanic,” and changing the film industry fundamentally and permanently.

And yet it’s been seven years and there’s been no sequel and little buzz. The cinematic giant has shrunk into the background while series like the MCU and the “Star Wars” films have owned the decade in its place.

But, as a reminder that the saga of Pandora is coming back someday to take over theaters again, James Cameron spoke about the sequel at the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers’ Centennial Gala last week, where he was awarded an honorary membership.

“I’m going to push,” he said about the sequels. “Not only for better tools, workflow, high dynamic range and high frame rates — the things we are working toward. I’m still very bullish on 3D, but we need brighter projection, and ultimately I think it can happen — with no glasses. We’ll get there.”

His speech comes after several years of delays on the film, which was first slated for 2016.The film is now expected in 2018.


One thought on “James Cameron on the”Avatar” sequel that’s always a day away

  1. do yall really not have anything better ta do than sit here and talk shit about people you dont even know? i mean, seriously. thats fucking rel.uudocsi. i think a lot of tha people that talk shit about her are jealous because yall cant even get people your own age. come on now… get a life.


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