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.
The director confirms that he is still committed to making this adaption of the anime, but his Avatar trilogy comes first.
Actress Zoe Saldana reveals that the writer-director is trying to remove himself from distractions so he can finish the screenplay.
The director offers an update on these two impending follow-ups to the hit 2009 film, revealing that he feels no pressure.
Producer James Cameron brings the world of Cirque du Soleil to life like never before, available on Blu-ray March 12th.
The filmmaker confirms his sequel will bring together the casts of X-Men: First Class and X-Men: The Last Stand.
The director wants to shoot at 48 frames per second, just like Peter Jackson did on The Hobbit movies.
Director Ang Lee talks about his beloved Bengal tiger in this latest look at the adaptation of Yann Martel's novel.
The heralded filmmaker will begin work on this adaptation of Taylor Stevens' novel directly after finishing Avatar 3.
Yukito Kishiro's sci-fi Manga series centers a female cyborg from the future that has lost his memory.
The actress reveals the major news that James Cameron will not be shooting two, but three sequels to his blockbuster hit.
The filmmaker dissolves his development arm and will no longer produce other people's films, focusing only on Panadora and documentaries.
The director believes his Pandora sequels will 'do more good' than Battle Angel for the global audience.
The Avatar director consults with Arnold Schwarzenegger on this upcoming sequel.
The filmmaker discovered several factual errors in the years after its original release, including how the ship actually went down.
The Avatar director made history earlier this week by becoming the first person to reach the Earth's deepest point in 50 years.
The Avatar director set a record today, diving 6.8 miles deep into an undersea valley outside Guam.
Director James Cameron and producer Jon Landau discuss the lengths they went to for this 3D conversion, which sets sail in theaters April 4.