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Avatar 3: Zoe Saldana teases the people of Ash in the sequel to The Way of Water

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May28,2024

In the space of two movies and 13 years, James Cameron revolutionized the genre. cinema andCGI, pushing the technical limits to new heights. a stratospheric level. It's simple, the director is years ahead of the rest of the industry. So obviously,Avatar 3 is expected around the corner. If it will not see the light of day before the end of 2025, firstly informationalready begins &àgrave; fall, and the latest come to us from the interpreter of Neytiri, Zoe Saldana.

Avatar 3: Zoe Saldana teases the people of Ash in the sequel to The Way of Water

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It is quite impressive to say that among the four films which did the best at the box office of Throughout the history of cinema, three have been released. Directed by James Cameron. If Titanic occupies fourth place, Avatar and its sequel, The Way of Water, respectively occupy first and third place on the podium.The first, released in 2009, reported 2.9 billion dollars, while the second was released in 2022 and brought in $2.9 billion. 2.3. Suffice it to say that James Cameron did not hesitate to long time to work on a third film, the filming of which had already already started. Summer partly done.

Avatar 3should be released in December 2025, more than three years after its predecessor. We don't know much about it. its subject, but information is still revealed in dribs and drabs. In February, James Cameron declared: Post-production on the film had begun, while about a quarter of the filming of the fourth film had been completed. Zoe Saldana, the interpreter of Neytiri, says (a little) more.

Avatar 3: Zoe Saldana teases the people of Ash in the sequel to The Way of Water

zoe saldana speaks about the next film by james cameron

It was during the 2024 edition of the Cannes Film Festival, which ended a few days ago, that Zoe Saldana quickly spoke out about her work. aboutAvatar 3at the microphone ofDeadline. The American-Dominican actress is currently in full promotion for the filmEmilia Perez, presented in in official competition at the famous Festival. If she did not dwell on the nextAvatar, the actress, director and producer still took the time to confirm that the people of Ashes(here called by the journalist “the evil people of the volcanoes”) will be there.

A few months ago, an impatient fan had just had fun! &àgrave; imagine what could this famous new people look like? help from Midjourney AI,and the result was very convincing. You can find it here. We don't know if it's really a problem. This is what Pandora's new Na'vis will look like, but Zoe Saldana warns us:“get ready!”.

Zoe Saldana on how they shoot most of the Na’vi portion of ‘Avatar’ in Manhattan Beach, LA. Plus, she confirms who the new baddies are in the next films #Cannes2024

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May 24, 2024

Zoe Saldana explains how they filmed Most of Na'vi's scenes from Avatar to Manhattan Beach, LA. In addition, she confirms who the new villains are in the next films #Cannes2024

In passing, Zoe Saldana explains how the filming of the Avatar films. This is largely done in the city of Manhattan Beach for the scenes including the Na'vi, then it continues for several months in New Zealand. ForAvatar: The Way of Water, however, the actress did not follow the rest of the team, because all her scenes had already been completed. Summer tours. We also learn thatthefilming ofAvatar 4and5should continue soon, ;although no date has been given; communicated.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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