James Cameron’s Avatar sequel has resumed production after getting lockdown amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Keep reading to find out more.
The production of the much-awaited Avatar movie of James Cameron is back on track in New Zealand. The filming of Avatar 2 was placed on hold in March after the New Zealand Government instituted a lockdown amid the Coronavirus pandemic that is continuing to promote social distancing and block the spread of this virus. Producer Jon Landau on interpersonal networking declared the news. Landau took in the set into his Instagram account and pictures and confirmed that the production had been resumed.
The post contained a photograph of a soundstage filled with professionals, with Cameron sitting behind a camera crane. “Used my iPhone to snap a photo of our first shot back in creation to the avatar’ sequel,” the caption read. The post’s place read, “Stone Street Studios in New Zealand.” Avatar 2 takes place 12 years after the events of the first movie. It follows Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) because he roams the world of Pandora using the new family he has Neytiri (Zoe Saldana).
Last month, Landau shared plot details concerning the sequel of the sci-fi film. He revealed that the movie is going to be a narrative concerning the Sully family. “Here is the story of the Sully family and what one will to keep their family together. Jake and Neytiri possess a family in this movie, and they are forced to leave their home, they venture out and learn more about different regions of Pandora, including spending quite a little time on the water, around the water, in the household,” ComicBook lent Landau as stating.