updated - November 30, 2021 Tuesday EST
Two years from now, people will finally get to see James Cameron's "Avatar 2" movie.
And while most of the information remain under wraps, Zoe Saldana, who played the female lead role of Neytiri, revealed some juicy spoilers about the sequel.
In her interview with MTV (via Crossmap), Saldana revealed that James Cameron had already showed her the film's story arc.
"It was wonderful," the "Guardians of the Galaxy" star teased. "Jim took us and gave us a tour of all the reference pictures, telling us the stories. I haven't been able to read the scripts. They're still working on them."
And while it's most likely that she's now able to read the script already, at that time Saldana revealed more possible "Avatar 2" spoilers.
"We kind of get choked up. Cameron gets emotional telling us about the story. I get emotional hearing about it, so I'm looking forward to it."
While she refused to reveal more than that, James Cameron's previous statement could very well provide an idea on what Saldana is referring to.
Apparently, Cameron is determined to explore more of Jake Sully's (Sam Worthington) family in "Avatar 2."
"It was very Jake-centric," Cameron said referring to the first film. "His story seen through his eyes. We spread it around quite a bit more as we go forward."
Additionally, James Cameron revealed that "Avatar 2" will finally explore Pandora's ocean ecosystem.
"We're making up an ocean ecosystem for Pandora," he revealed to Coming Soon as he talked about the Ocean Conservation project that he's also busy working with. "That's gonna have less to do with the deep exploration that I've done than it has to do with my concerns about conservation of Earth's oceans."
But while everything seems to be right on track, James Cameron explained that making three "Avatar" films did not come easy as he had to even delay "Avatar 2's" release date.
But then again he made sure that "Avatar 3 and 4" will not be affected with the changes, Crossmap reported.
"We expect to be able to accelerate the process quite a bit, because we've improved a lot of the software and the computer graphics tools, and we've been working very closely with Weta Digital down here in New Zealand developing a whole new suite of tools to speed up the process," the director explained of the sequels' development.
Assuring fans that all the details are now carefully put in place.
"We're writing three simultaneously. And we've done that so that everything tracks throughout the three films. Were' not just going to do one and then make up another one and another one after that and parallel with that, we're doing all the design. So we've designed all the creatures and the environments."
"Avatar 2" movie is now scheduled to hit theaters on Dec. 25, 2017.
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