Avatar 2 would keep its release date, according to James Cameron

Great news for fans of Avatar 2. Apparently, the long-awaited sequel to James Cameron will not delay its release date because of the coronavirus.

Very recently, we told you that Avatar 2 he was very close to resuming his shooting. This news had awakened hope in fans of the story, who are looking forward to this sequel and were afraid that the release date would be changed. Recently himself James Cameron revealed that its future successful sequel will keep the set date and not undergo any changes due to the coronavirus.

"It is very likely that our filming will be delayed a couple of months but we can still get it, which is good news. We have everyone, everyone at Weta Digital and Lightstorm, working from home as much as possible. My case is different because my work is on the set, so I can edit a little, but it is not ideal for me, ”James Cameron told Empire, convinced that Avatar 2 would be ready by December 17 of the year coming.

New Zealand sets the example

This country, which has managed to stand up to the coronavirus with a very small number of deaths and infections, has already approved the security protocols to be followed once the filming resumes, so that both Avatar 2 like series The Lord of the rings they could continue production very soon.

These measures, developed by the state agency ScreenSafe with industry experts and union members, are already being implemented on some shoots, so activities related to the audiovisual industry have found their way before the restrictions are relaxed. for the general population.

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