James Cameron and his team have announced a new launch platform for all four Avatar sequels with the first arriving in 2020.
James Cameron says that the Avatar 2 release date is less important than having all three sequels drop back-to-back.
James Cameron reveals his Avatar sequels will be 'bitchin' while confirming that he is shooting at 48 frames per second.
Douglas Trumbull's 4K 3D system that films at 120 FPS may be used by James Cameron for his upcoming Avatar sequels.
James Cameron has spent the past few years developing the story for Avatar 2, Avatar 3 and Avatar 4, which he believes in more and more.
Avatar star Zoe Saldana confirms that the three new movies will shoot simultaneously in Los Angeles.
James Cameron explains the parallel process he used with his co-writers to get all of the Avatar sequel scripts ready in time.
Despite the actress' character Grace dying in the original Avatar, she will continue to evolve throughout the sequels.
Director James Cameron has given a timetable for Avatar 2, 3 and 4 confirming that they are all in production simultaneously.
Director James Cameron talks about the lengthy production process, revealing that he is developing new software for this trio of upcoming sequels.
The actress became quite emotional during a recent studio tour with James Cameron, where she learned more about the continuing story.
Stephen Lang, who played Marine Colonel Quaritch, is also returning. All three movies will be shot back-to-back.
Fans will be introduced to new cultures and visit the underwater world of Pandora. The sequels will be shot in New Zealand.
All three of James Cameron's upcoming sci-fi sequels are expected to be filmed one after another. A 2016 release date is being targeted for the first.
Director James Cameron won't reveal exactly how the character is coming back. The filmmaker teases this military leader will evolve in unexpected ways.
Sam Worthington reveals that the scripts are still being worked on. He confirms that they plan to shoot all three sequels side-by-side.
The books will expand upon the filmmaker's stories for this epic film Quadrilogy, though no book release date has been set.
James Cameron has brought on writers Josh Friedman, Shane Salerno, Rick Jaffa, and Amanda Silver for these highly-anticipated sequels, all shooting simultaneously next year.
The filmmaker revealed the project will go back to the 'early expeditions to Pandora' and the conflict between humans and the Na'vi.
The actress reveals the major news that James Cameron will not be shooting two, but three sequels to his blockbuster hit.