Also, The sequel to the movie, Avatar, directed by James Cameron, might not hit the theatres until the year 2022, but the case and the members of the crew are already sharing the photos of behind the scenes from the elaborate set in New Zealand. Jon Landau, the producer of Avatar, posted an image of Kate Winslet as the actress was filming underwater.
She is playing a water person in the new Avatar movie, and that involves underwater stunt work. Lando wrote on his Instagram post that he wanted to share this photo of Kate Winslet after reading her interview in The Hollywood Reporter.Kate Winslet In Avatar 2
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Avatar 2: Kate Winslet’s Underwater Pictures For Set Surface
Lando quoted what Winslet said in her interview; she said that she had to learn how to free-dive to play that role in Avatar, and that was just incredible. Also, She added that her longest breath-hold was seven minutes and 14 seconds, like crazy, crazy stuff; she plays a water person; she is a water person.
Previously, the fans of the movie have been treated to the set pictures of the sequel of Avatar and concept art on the social media platform, including the views from the gigantic set.
The live-action filming of the second and the third part of the movie in New Zealand is almost finished, but the coronavirus related delays now have pushed the release date second part of the franchise to December 16, 2022. The release date of Avatar 3 is December 20, 2024.Still From Avatar 2
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After a load of fascinating behind-the-scenes photos mainly to do with motion capture, the Avatar sequels have now dropped a still featuring a new character heading to habitable moon Pandora.
“Here’s a behind the scenes still of Edie Falco as General Ardmore, the new head of RDA activity on Pandora,” the Avatar official Twitter account tweeted Monday, along with our first look at Falco (Nurse Jackie, Oz, The Sopranos) in military garb.
Here’s a behind the scenes still of Edie Falco as General Ardmore, the new head of RDA activity on Pandora. pic.twitter.com/USCULPvGfd
— Avatar (@officialavatar) October 19, 2020
The small snippet of information tells us General Ardmore will head up the Resources Development Administration, a mining operation intent on digging up Pandora’s mineral “unobtanium” in the first movie, to bring back to an Earth in desperate need of more energy resources.