James Cameron provided details about the two productions during a video discussion with Arnold Schwarzenegger at the 2020 Austrian World Summit.

Disney announced in July that it had moved the release dates for “Avatar 2” on December 16, 2022 to “Avatar 3” on December 20, 2024, “Avatar 4” on December 18, 2026, and “Avatar 5,” on December 22, 2028, writes news.ro.

“Covid hit us just like everyone else. We lost about four and a half months of production, “said Cameron. “On the day we deliver” Avatar 2 “we will start working on the completion of” Avatar 3 “. I’m in New Zealand filming now. We are 100% ready for “Avatar 2” and approximately 95% for “Avatar 3”.

The second film “Avatar”, originally scheduled to be released in 2014, will premiere 13 years after the original feature film.

Producer Jon Landau announced on May 21 that he and the “Avatar” team will return to New Zealand to resume production that was stopped in March due to the pandemic.

James Cameron did not provide details about the action of the films. “I can’t tell you anything about the story. I believe in mystery and great revelation, “he told Schwarzenegger, who starred in” The Terminator, “which the filmmaker directed.