The producer confirms that Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 will be shot back-to-back, but a third sequel isn't in the works.
Director James Cameron and producer Jon Landau discuss the lengths they went to for this 3D conversion, which sets sail in theaters April 4.
It was previously believed the highly-anticipated sequel would hit theaters in 2014, with Avatar 3 to follow in 2015.
Producer Jon Landau is also on hand to show eight 3D scenes from the 1997 blockbuster, and discuss the reasoning behind its conversion.
James Cameron hires the President of Franchise Development at Lightstorm to take his property across all platforms and markets.
23 of today's most prominent directors speak out on DirecTv's plan to bring movies into the home within 60 days of theatrical release.
James Cameron's longtime producing partner revealed that the sequel will not take place totally underwater.
The Oscar-winning director joins producer Jon Landau to take us behind-the-scenes, and demonstrate what it took to bring this cinematic masterpiece to the big screen.
The theatrical re-release will feature almost nine minutes of footage while the DVD will feature 16 minutes of unseen footage.
The Avatar director talked about his inspiration for the film project.