Why did James Cameron take so long? It’s been 13 years since Avatar introduced fans to the world of Pandora, and the first of four sequels will eventually be released in December 2022. A CGI-heavy sci-fi epic that quickly became the most successful movie of all time

The 2009 film Avatar was revolutionary not only for its commercial and critical success, but also for its ground-breaking use of motion capture and computer graphics. With the release of Avatar 2, director James Cameron has built and utilised innovative technologies once more.

Cameron and his company Lightstorm Entertainment created a never-before-seen underwater motion capture technology for Avatar 2, which will include many underwater sequences.

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Its current release date is set for December 16, 2022, and the subsequent three sequels will arrive on December 20, 2024, December 18, 2026, and December 2028, respectively. Click the below link for the latest trailer

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Cast and Crew

Written by

James Cameron
Josh Friedman


Sam Worthington
Zoë Saldaña
Joel David Moore
Sigourney Weaver
CCH Pounder
Stephen Lang
Kate Winslet
Cliff Curtis
Trinity Bliss
Jamie Flatters
Britain Dalton
Jack Champion

Music by

Simon Franglen


Russell Carpenter

Editing by

James Cameron
David Brenner
John Refoua
Stephen E. Rivkin


20th Century Fox, Lightstorm Entertainment

Distributed by

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Release Date(s)

December 16, 2022

Running Time





$250 million

Gross Revenue


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