The world to wait until 2015 for another peek at Pandora

Avatar 2The much anticipated return of the Na’Vis, the native people of Pandora on screen is going to be delayed for at least for another two years. It was previously believed that the sequel to the movie, Avatar would return in the year 2014. But earlier this week, producer Jon Landau officially announced that the release has been moved to at least 2015.

He said he wants to get the movie ‘right’ and there was no point in hurrying. “When the movie is ready it will make the release date. There will be Avatar 3 as well.” He added

The first movie of the trilogy, Avatar was released in 2009. The film was set in mid 22nd century in a world called Pandora. In the futuristic film, human beings try to occupy Pandora to mine for a precious metal. As an unexpected part of this mission an ex-marine takes his twin brother’s place to make the Na’Vis give up their land. His conflicts and complications take the plot to another level.

The next movie in the trilogy will continue from where the first one ended. The director and producer have said that the second and the third movie will be stand alone by themselves. The second film will not be a set-up for the third one, just as the first one wasn’t for the second one.

Titanic re-released in 3D to coincide with the 100th year of the tragedy

One of the biggest films in the history of Hollywood is set to return to the silver screen in 3D. Titanic was the highest grossing film with $1.843 billion until Avatar, directed by the same director grossed $2.77 billion.

Titanic was first released in 1997. It is a movie based on the real event of a passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean when it collided with an iceberg. The same movie is being re-released in 3D on the 100th anniversary of the tragedy.

Director James Cameron said the movie in 3D would crank up the experience. He said this is his way of paying tribute and added that, 3D would make the experience more real.


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