'Avatar 2' wraps 2019 filming with shot of huge water tank set

Lawrence Kim
December 3, 2019

Filming on the live-action portion of James Cameron's Avatar sequels has been underway at Stone Street Studios in Wellington, New Zealand under the working title of Coral (first reported by HN Entertainment).

James Cameron's much-awaited Avatar 2 is done filming for the year 2019, with the makers sharing a behind-the-scenes photo from the film's set. The franchise will have three more films, which will be released through 2027.

A new official set image from Avatar 2 has been released.

No, Avatar 2 still is not done shooting. The picture offered a behind-the-scenes look at a craft called the "Sea Dragon".

While this is one of the first official sneak peeks at the Avatar sequels (of which the first two are being shot simultaneously), it isn't the very first.

It was this tweet to which the fan had asked for the trailer update.

"Unfortunately not any time soon (sorry!), BUT we'll have plenty of stuff to hold you over 'til then, like a mobile game in 2020!"

"Nonetheless I don't mediate we know sufficient about causality so that you just can bag a collection off story of it's seemingly you'll perhaps perhaps bag a butterfly make from basically the most harmless of changes - basically the most evident being to bolt and whack Hitler sooner than he took over".

Earlier James Cameron said he would no longer cherish to change something else about his lifestyles.

It was then that an Avatar fan asked if they would get to see the trailer of the sequel anytime soon.

Per the sequel's synopsis: "12 years after exploring Pandora and joining the Na'vi, Jake Sully has formed a family with Neytiri as they are wandering across the expansive world of Pandora, meeting new allies in the form of the Metkayina free-diving clan led by Tonowari (Cliff Curtis)".

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