Jon Landau, the producer of Avatar, has revealed that in the fifth chapter of James Cameron’s Epic, Avatar, the Na’vi will arrive on Earth.
Avatar: The Way of Water, the sequel to James Cameron’s 2009 box office hit, Starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Kate Winslet, etc, has lived up to the hype and has become a massive success. The film has surpassed all expectations by becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of all time, securing its place in cinematic history.
This remarkable achievement has resulted in the confirmation of further sequels, after previously being only rumored. The original Avatar film, released in 2009, broke records and set new standards for the use of visual effects and 3D technology in filmmaking.
With the success of Avatar: The Way of Water, fans can expect even more breathtaking visuals, innovative storytelling, and captivating characters in the upcoming sequels. The Avatar franchise is set to continue its legacy as a benchmark for visionary filmmaking.
James Cameron even confirmed the sequels
It looks like with the momentum that the film has now that we’ll easily pass our break even in the next few days, so it looks like I can’t wiggle out of this and I’m gonna have to do these other sequels. I know what I’m going to be doing the next six or seven years.
The point is we’re going to be OK. I’m sure that we’ll have a discussion soon with the top folks at Disney about the game plan going forward for Avatar 3, which is already in the can – we’ve already captured and photographed the whole film so we’re in extended post-production to do all that CG magic.
And then Avatar 4 and 5 are both written. We even have some of 4 in the can. We’ve begun a franchise at this point. We’ve begun a saga that can now play out over multiple films.
How Avatar 5 will bring the Na’vi to Earth
Following these words also came those of Jon Landau, producer of Avatar, who speaking with Gizmondo, explained that the fifth chapter, or at least a section of this one, will take place on Earth.
Well, it’s funny. I wasn’t going to talk about it, but I’ve now subsequently heard that Jim has talked about it a little bit. In [‘Avatar 5’] there is a section of the story where we go to Earth. And we go to it to open people’s eyes, open Neytiri’s eyes, to what exists on Earth.