James Cameron ‘studies’ the Avatar sequel set in new photo

Written by Sampada Sharma | New Delhi | Published: August 13, 2020 1:37:05 pm James Cameron on the set of Avatar sequel. (Photo: Avatar/Twitter)The crew of the Avatar sequels has already started work in New Zealand and in a new photo from the set of the film, we have director James Cameron ‘studying the set before filming.’ In another photo shared by the official handle of the film, we get to see a wide shot of the lab set. These photos were also shared by producer Jon Landau. From the set of the sequels: @JimCameron studies the High Camp Bio Lab set before that day’s filming. pic.twitter.com/iPQ3miInF4 — Avatar (@officialavatar) August 12, 2020 While the live-action filming of the much-awaited sequels has begun in New Zealand, the makers are yet to kick off the production work in Los Angeles. In July, Cameron released a statement, which said that the unexpected delay in starting the production due to COVID-19 has forced them to push the release of the first sequel, which was originally scheduled to hit screens in December 2021. A message from James Cameron. Irayo, Na’vi Nation. Stay safe.

James Cameron ‘studies’ the Avatar sequel set in new photo
Written by Sampada Sharma | New Delhi | Published: August 13, 2020 1:37:05 pm James Cameron on the set of Avatar sequel. (Photo: Avatar/Twitter)The crew of the Avatar sequels has already started work in New Zealand and in a new photo from the set of the film, we have director James Cameron ‘studying the set before filming.’ In another photo shared by the official handle of the film, we get to see a wide shot of the lab set. These photos were also shared by producer Jon Landau. From the set of the sequels: @JimCameron studies the High Camp Bio Lab set before that day’s filming. pic.twitter.com/iPQ3miInF4 — Avatar (@officialavatar) August 12, 2020 While the live-action filming of the much-awaited sequels has begun in New Zealand, the makers are yet to kick off the production work in Los Angeles. In July, Cameron released a statement, which said that the unexpected delay in starting the production due to COVID-19 has forced them to push the release of the first sequel, which was originally scheduled to hit screens in December 2021. A message from James Cameron. Irayo, Na’vi Nation. Stay safe.