While a sequel to the 2009 blockbuster Avatar is still far away from release, the franchise producer Jon Landau has offered some new update on what fans can expect from the four planned sequel films. The second installment has long been rumored to focus on Pandora’s underwater ocean world.
During an interview with Inside the Magic at an event regarding Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s newest land, Pandora – World of Avatar, Landau revealed that all four sequels will stay focused on the same planet Pandora. He also teased that some of the creatures that are seen on the Avatar: Flight of Passage ride at Disney’s Animal Kingdom could make their way into the sequel.
“As we’ve moved on with the sequels to Avatar, we made a very conscious decision to stage the whole four sequels on Pandora,” the producer said. “We don’t need to go to another world if we want water, we’re going to go to the oceans of Pandora. Just like you see in Flight of Passage. Also, some of those creatures that you see (on Flight of Passage), don’t be surprised if they show up in the films.”
According to Landau, the first Avatar movie only dealt with one tribe and one location on Pandora. There are tons of other civilizations, environments and different sorts of people that still remains unexplored.
“As we’ve moved on with the sequels to Avatar, we made a very conscious decision to stage the whole four sequels on Pandora,” Landau said. “We’re going to go to totally different environments, we’re going to meet different cultures. Just like our planet is as diverse culturally as we are environmentally, we want to introduce people to different cultures. In the first movie, we only met the Omaticaya clan, and they are the clan here allowing us to come to the Valley of Mo’ara. But as we venture out we’re going to different environments and different clans.”
Avatar 2 is currently set to debut in theatres on December 18, 2020.
Source: Inside the Magic
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