It took over a decade for James Cameron to make a sequel to his highest-grossing movie of all time, but once he got started, he didn’t stop at one or two. The second and third parts of Avatar have already been filmed, post-production is already underway, and the fourth and fifth films are already in production. Stephen Lang, as villain Miles Koaric, returns for the four sequels and revealed in a recent interview how he reacted when he finished reading the scripts.
“After I finished the last script, I just cried. It was so beautiful” – The actor told Collider, Who, of course, does not want to talk about the details of the plot. “[Cameron] It tells a huge, massive, original story, a beautiful, beautiful story that incredibly moved me. I hope and believe it will appeal to the audience as well. One of the things he does very well is literally transferring it from paper to color [a sztorit]. you know what I mean? You really see it in front of you. What you read you get from it.”
If all goes according to current plans, the second part of Avatar will be shown in theaters in December 2022, followed by the third part in December 2024, the fourth part in December 2026, and the fifth part that will see Langit in December 2028. In addition to the Quaritch designer, Sam will also return. Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, Dilip Rao, CCC Pounder, and Matt Gerald to Part Two. Next time we meet Stephen Lang in Blind Dark 2, in which he plays another famous role, Blind Man.
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