James Cameron says the plan to release the first of three Avatar sequels in 2016 was too ambitious and pushes back the first sequel to late 2017.
Avatar director James Cameron says the upcoming sequels to the record-breaking 2009 film will be 'bitchin' and be filmed in 48 frames-per-second format.
A live, touring show based on James Cameron's record-breaking 2009 film Avatar is in the works with Cirque du Soleil, and expected to debut in 2015.
Oscar-nominated actress Sigourney Weaver says her part is a little different in each of the three upcoming sequels to James Cameron's record-breaking movie, Avatar.
James Cameron will shoot the three upcoming Avatar films back-to-back-to-back in 4K resolution, and partially using the 48fps high frame rate format seen in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit films.
James Cameron has begun work on Avatar 3, 4, and 5, and the studio has confirmed that stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana are also set to return, and the sequels will feature their kids.
The recently confirmed trio of Avatar films will be filmed back-to-back-to-back in New Zealand, and explore more of Pandora and the Na’vi culture, including new life forms.
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Though critics and consumers have been plenty vocal about their distaste for 3D, both Hollywood and the TV manufacturing industry continue to force it upon us. Why? We take a look at 3D's recent rise in prevalence and why the powers that be refuse to give up…
Despite previous reports, it seems that James Cameron won't be filming Avatar 4 any time soon.
It seems like we'll be seeing Avatar 2, 3 and 4 a whole lot sooner than previously anticipated.
Designed to catch the attention of passing airport visitors, the Port Authority is investing in virtual assistants that are very similar to holograms.