Producer Jon Landau shared a new photo from the set of Avatar 2, which is highly wondered whether he will be successful again at the box office. The photo in question shows a huge set set up for Avatar 2.
The shooting of Avatar 2, which will be the sequel of Avatar, which was released as the first 3D movie in 2009 and broke the box office records and became the highest-grossing film in history (passed by Avengers: Endgame in 2019), the coronavirus that affected the whole world was interrupted by the pandemic.
Jon Landau, the film’s producer, shared a new photo from Avatar 2’s epic set in New Zealand, revealing why the film was delayed and how much attention was given to it. Landau stated in the description of the photo that the director of the film, James Cameron, examined all the details on the set and therefore thanked the Kiwi team, which we can call the art team of the set.
In the previous statements about the Avatar series, it was stated that the series will be extended until the 5th movie. Avatar 2 is scheduled to be released in December 2022, but if there is a possible second wave in the coronavirus pandemic, the filming may be interrupted again and the vision date may be delayed to 2023.
Live action shooting of both Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 started at the same time in 2019. The coronavirus pandemic temporarily interrupted the shooting of the films. Meanwhile, Weta Digital continued to work on the film’s visual effects, as it did not need any live action.
Walt Disney postponed the release dates of the movies “Avatar 2” and “Star Wars”, which the audience were eagerly awaiting, and “Mulan” was removed from the vision program.
According to the BBC’s report, Walt Disney’s decision dealt a new blow to cinema operators who had a hard time due to the Kovid-19 outbreak.
In the statement made by Walt Disney, it was stated that “Avatar 2” will meet with the audience in 2022 instead of 17 December 2021, and the new “Star Wars” will meet with the audience in 2023.
It was stated that “Mulan”, which was planned to be released in August, was completely removed from the program.
“In the global health crisis, it became clear that when it came to how we get movies to be released, nothing is unchangeable. Today we stopped our vision plans for Mulan as we were evaluating how we could most effectively deliver this movie to audiences around the world.” said.
While New York and Los Angeles, the two largest markets in the United States, did not have a concrete plan to reopen cinemas, the UK was allowed to reopen cinemas as of July 4 as long as social distance rules were respected.
Due to the epidemic in China, the world’s second largest movie market, indoor movie theaters started to reopen this week for 6 months.
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