Avatar producer Jon Landau loves to pamper fans by posting photos and updates about the long-awaited sequel to his Instagram page. The novelty is now two photos where we can see the huge "High Camp Bio Lab" set up in a studio in New Zealand, where the production can resume work a few weeks ago.
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In the description, he explains the content of the two photos by saying that the first is the High Camp Bio Lab set set up in New Zealand, while the second image shows Jim (director James Cameron) studying the set before filming. It also includes a "greeting to the Kiwi team for their attention to art".
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WIDE SHOT: Our High Camp Bio Lab set on stages in New Zealand. SECOND SHOT: Jim studying the set before filming. A salute to the Kiwi crew for their attention to the artistry of their crafts.
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As always, the images instigate by the grandeur and the enormous effort invested, which is possible to see not only in the size of the set, but also in the attention to detail. On the other hand, everything that has been shown so far gives us no clue as to the plot or what we can expect with the next films.
It is worth remembering that the Avatar franchise is planned to have a total of five films and that the recording of Avatar 2, which started in 2019, also includes the filming of the third film and parts of the fourth.
Avatar 2 opens in the USA on December 16, 2022 and still has no official forecast to arrive in Brazil.