One of the most expensive and ambitious cinematic projects ever officially launched, equipped with a budget that would not have embarrassed a small country
A new report on the Web says that director James Cameron has embarked on his mission: to create four sequels for Avatar - the biggest cinematic hit ever with more than $ 2.7 billion in revenue worldwide, which made us believe, at least for some Years, in stereoscopic 3D technology.
Like other grandiose projects, here, too, one long photo shoot is planned for all four future titles, to save costs and ensure that all actors are available at the same time and place - though that doesn't stop the estimated production budget from reaching a $ 700 billion imaginary record On a $ XNUMX million production budget allocated to Peter Jackson by Warner Bros. Studios to create the three "The Hobbit" films in one joint photo shoot.
It's a gamble for Fox Studios, no doubt - but given the huge success of the first film (and other Cameron projects, such as Titanic), it's probably a proposal here that almost every major Hollywood studio would take. The big question is whether there is enough 'meat' here for four Movies New whole ones that will be launched at relatively short time intervals, without creating a feeling of fatigue and disgust for the viewers in the end - which is something that sounds just as challenging to us as the production itself.
Even if you're excited about the news of the official start of the project, it's worth remembering that it will be a long time before we see its fruition: Avatar's second installment is slated to launch sometime in December 2020, with a third installment in 2021 - and two episodes in 2024 and 2025. XNUMX respectively. In eight years, will this series be announced as the most successful series in Hollywood history, or as a major failure? Welcome to start speculating and prophesying from now on.