The Avatar 2 movie will completely change the way aquatic scenes are shot and we can see a shocking image that proves it.
After the break caused by the global pandemic caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), they have returned to the filming set of the movie Avatar 2 in New Zealand. The producer Jon Landau He has shared a spectacular image of how the aquatic scenes are filming.
In the image of the filming of Avatar 2 We can see an actor in a motion capture suit riding what appears to be some kind of motorized submarine vehicle, which is sure to transform into some kind of sea creature when the movie is finally released to the public. Although the photo was taken last year, it is only now being shown to the public.
Water will be very important in the movie.
James Cameron He has previously stated that he delayed production of Avatar 2 until he felt that technology was where it needed to be to make the film. Also, this image could be enough to convince many skeptics that this new sci-fi installment could end up being as mind boggling as fans hoped it would be.
Currently, we are still a long way from seeing a preview of Avatar 2. The daily challenges COVID-19 still presents could end up wreaking havoc on the film's official release date of December 17, 2021. But even so, it is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore what this film has the potential to be. With James Cameron's track record for box office successes, these sequels could end up being one of the greatest achievements of his career and film history.
Avatar 2 It will feature a great cast led by Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Oona Chaplin, CCH Pounder, Joel David Moore, Edie Falco and Michelle Yeoh.
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