Avatar director/writer James Cameron recently has confirmed that Stephen Lang’s Col. Miles Quaritch will officially be the main villain throughout all of the upcomming four Avatar sequels. When Avatar 2 hits the theaters on December 18, 2020. It will greatly have been over a decade since the original movie was being released. James Cameron has recently been working ever since on refining the great story of Avatar 2 and also its three other sequels. Yes, there will be four Avatar sequels in total. But usually just because Cameron’s been working on that stories likely for about 10 years doesn’t mean we’re in for some great radically different tale.
Lang has long been officailly confirmed as part of the all Avatar sequels – and while fans are very happy to see him back. Still many of them are wondering how he will be returning, also given that he was seemingly killed near at the end of the original Avatar. Of course, thanks to the almighty nature of the sci-fi genre. Coupled with Cameron’s imagination as well and a great cinematic setting where seemingly anything is about possible. There are a myriad of several ways to resurrect Quaritch recently from his grave. And also make him more menacing than ever. It appears like that he will indeed be much more dangerous than ever when he returns back. Enough so for him to work as one of the main antagonist for all major four more films.
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James Cameron also revealed that we have Peter Jackson to blamed for Cameron’s idea of being crafting one overarching story over four major movies:
“I said ‘It’s your fault I’m doing this, motherfucker!’” He recalls. “It’s one big story. But I would say that its a little bit different from The Lord Of The Rings, likely which you knew was a trilogy and that allowed you to usually accept a sort of truncated ending for movies one and two and then a major fulfillment. This is a greater narrative broken up into four complete stories.”
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Coming from bascially literally any other filmmaker I would say that this is crazy. That nobody is usually going to care about Avatar in 2020. Also let alone 2025, but as we’ve learned from time and time again. That you bascially do not bet against James Cameron. So as silly as four major Avatar sequels sounds, there’s a part of me that usually knows we’re gonna have a much lot of folks eating crow in upcomming three years.
Also aside from Quaritch, who usually bit the dust in the official first Avatar movie, Dr. Grace Augustine. Likely played by Camerone’s longtime collaborator Sigourney Weaver will also likely be comming back to the lore. The pair’s respective likely resurrections are also still being kept tightly under wraps. But given about Cameron’s a forementioned comments. It appears as that both actors will just simply be reprising their previous roles. With (obviously) a great new spin to them.
However, Cameron has likely indicated that the films will be highly emotional and also ground its sci-fi elements usually by infusing family. Furthermore, Cameron’s quest to push the major boundaries of visual storytelling. On the upcomming big screen is also expected to be evident in the upcoming movies. So likely with the director even pushing to create a glasses-free 3D viewing experience for the upcomming sequels.