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 actor is reportedly playing a human general in charge of colonizing the Na'vi in this anticipated sci-fi sequel.
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 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles writer is brought on to finesse the script as Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana are expected to reprise their roles in upcoming sequels.
Producer Jon Landau showed a series of live-action motion capture tests that were shot in November featuring a human and a Na'vi.
Actress Zoe Saldana reveals that the writer-director is trying to remove himself from distractions so he can finish the screenplay.
The actress stressed how they need to happen at the same time due to the very hard process of shooting these sequels.
Producer Jon Landau revealed that they will be using the filming technique at this year's NAB Technology Summit on Cinema.
The director offers an update on these two impending follow-ups to the hit 2009 film, revealing that he feels no pressure.
The director wants to shoot at 48 frames per second, just like Peter Jackson did on The Hobbit movies.
The director makes the argument that it would be logical for the Chinese to be on Pandora.
The producer confirms that Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 will be shot back-to-back, but a third sequel isn't in the works.