James Cameron and the cast of Avatar 2 film a stormy, fiery scene in the long-awaited Avatar sequel.Neeraj Chand
James Cameron's long-awaited Avatar sequels have added Jemaine Clement to the growing cast.Ryan Scott
James Cameron's Avatar 2 and its subsequent sequels have been delayed by Disney, but with good reason.Ryan Scott
Michelle Yeoh has officially boarded the cast of James Cameron's Avatar sequels as a human scientist.Ryan Scott
Jake and Neytiri will be facing some serious marital troubles in Avatar 2 according to James Cameron, who is prepping for live-action filming.Ryan Scott
Those leaked Avatar sequel titles from late last year are the real deal, but might not end up getting used.Kevin Burwick
While James Cameron has completed much of the motion capture for his Avatar sequels, the live-action filming still needs to take place.Ryan Scott
Producer Jon Landau says that Avatar 2 is moving right along the production process and that Disney is the perfect partner for future installments.Ryan Scott
The main cast of the Avatar sequels have wrapped principal photography, which puts James Cameron in the post-production phase.Kevin Burwick
Producer Jon Landau reveals some new details on what to expect with James Cameron's upcoming Avatar sequels.Ryan Scott
Director James Cameron shared a special video at CineEurope today, where he revealed that Zoe Saldana has already wrapped on Avatar 2 and Avatar 3.
James Cameron promises groundbreaking 3D for Avatar 2 and hopefully glasses-free 3D in the future.Ryan Scott
Director James Cameron says his Avatar sequels that are currently in production are quite similar to the family drama that is laid out in The Godfather trilogy.
Disney Parks is showing off its awesome Pandora Utility Suit that will be arriving at Florida's Disney World next month.Kevin Burwick
Stephen Lang claims that Avatar 2 will be similar to the first installment, but that it will mostly take place underwater.Kevin Burwick
James Cameron confirms that Avatar 4 and Avatar 5 will be canceled if the next two sequels don't live up to the hype.Ryan Scott