In March, the shoot of Avatar continuation was ended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Starting at now, the spin-off has the discharge date of December 2021. It is yet to be known whether the creators will adhere to that date or delay discharge.

James Cameron’s Avatar 2 is set to continue creation in New Zealand one week from now. Maker Jon Landau shared a picture on Instagram alongside an inscription that read that the group will head “back to New Zealand one week from now.”

“Our #Avatar sets are prepared — and we were unable to be progressively eager to be made a beeline for New Zealand one week from now. Look at the Matador, a fast forward order vessel (base) and the Picador jetboat (top) — can hardly wait to share more,” read the full subtitle.

In March, the shoot of Avatar spin-off was stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic. Starting at now, the continuation has the discharge date of December 2021. It is yet to be known whether the creators will adhere to that date or delay discharge.

Much like the remainder of the world, New Zealand was likewise under lockdown, however conditions have improved there, permitting the group to continue creation.

The principal Avatar film discharged in 2009 and was the most elevated netting film ever until the arrival of Avengers Endgame. Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana will repeat their jobs in the spin-off.

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