James Cameron offers an update on the 'Avatar' sequels - and suggests that he may shoot in the controversial high frame rate format.
Twentieth Century Fox has confirmed that stars Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington will both be back for the next three 'Avatar' movies.
James Cameron will shoot his upcoming 'Avatar' trilogy in New Zealand, with the first movie due to arrive in December 2016.
20th Century Fox has confirmed that actor Stephen Lang will reprise as Col. Quaritch in James Cameron's three sequels to 'Avatar'.
Sam Worthington says that filming on 'Avatar 2' begins in Fall 2014, with the third and fourth 'Avatar' movies being shot thereafter over the following year.
Rumors point to Arnold Schwarzenegger playing the villain in 'Avatar 2' - but 20th Century Fox is denying all claims that the actor is re-teaming with James Cameron.
After much speculation, James Cameron has confirmed that 'Avatar' 2, 3 and 4 will be filmed simultaneously, beginning next year.
James Cameron is eyeing a late 2013 start date for 'Avatar' sequel filming and is interested in shooting the films at 48fps.
James Cameron says that if 'Avatar 4' is made, it will be a prequel, and producer Jon Landau claims that Cameron will still make a 'Battle Angel' adaptation .
In the wake of previous statements, Jon Landau, producer of 'Avatar' has confirmed that two more sequels are on the way, but 'Avatar 4' isn't being planned.
James Cameron is preparing to shoot 'Avatar 2' in New Zealand, but the first (of possibly three) sequels won't arrive until 2015 (or later).
Actress Sigourney Weaver announces that James Cameron intends to shoot three 'Avatar' sequels at the same time.
Oscar-winning director James Cameron announces that he plans to stop actively developing films and plans to focus his career on making 'Avatar' sequels.