James Cameron is gearing up for the seventh installment of “Avatar” ahead of the third installment

American director James Cameron announced that he is ready for the sixth and seventh installments of the “Avatar” series, and indicated that he may seek the help of other directors during that time.

Cameron completed the fifth part of the series, of which only two parts were shown, and the third part is expected to be shown next year, 2025, while the fourth part will be shown in 2029, while the fifth part, which was recently released. Completed, will be displayed in 2031.

Cameron hopes to make a cultural impact over time, so he's working hard to do so.

In an interview with People magazine, the Avatar director said that he plans to make a sixth and seventh installment, and that he wants “Avatar” to follow in the footsteps of “Star Wars” and “Star Trek.” .” He pointed out that serialized films “have been an inspiration to him since his childhood”.

The 69-year-old director added, “Our message is actually a bit pathetic, but it's about beauty, communication and positive values, and it's working globally because the films are succeeding in every market, everywhere, and I think that's what makes 'Avatar' a sequel.” “

Producer Jon Landau on introducing new episodes: There's still more to tell (IMDB)

Producer John Landau said of the introduction of the new episodes, “There's a lot more story to be told. Two episodes.” For the past two years, he has been an “aggressive volcano species” of the Naif race.

“There are good guys and bad guys,” Landau continued. This applies to the inhabitants of the planet “Pandora”, where the events of the film take place. “Avatar 5” will bring the series to Earth for the first time, Landau told the “Gizmodo” website: “We're going for it. We want to open people's eyes to what's on Earth.”

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“James Cameron has blown our minds and this is his biggest project and his most important work is 'Titanic.' We believed that in the past. “But he has surpassed him, and he (the Avatar) presents what the whole world can receive from him.”

The first part of “Avatar” grossed $2.923 billion, while the second part earned $2.32 billion (IMDB).

When it was shown in 2009, the first part of “Avatar” grossed $2.923 billion at the box office, co-starring Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington, and the second part, “Avatar: The Way of Water”, was shown in 2022. It grossed $2.32 billion worldwide, and co-starred Kate Winslet, Zoe Saldana, and Michelle Yeoh.

James Cameron was honored with four awards, including best director, at the 51st annual Saturn Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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