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Avatar 2 could slip past 2014

Avatar producer Jon Landau told Empire that the planned 2014 and 2015 sequels will be “tough” to make, indicating Avatar 2 could slip a year or more:

“We’re not naming dates, but I think 2014 will be a tough date for us to make. It’s about getting it right…Movies make release dates; […]

Disney developing Avatar theme park attractions

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Worldwide has closed a deal to create themed attractions at Disney parks based on the 2009 film Avatar. Construction is expected to begin by 2013 on the first attraction which will be built at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. It’ll be inside the Animal Kingdom park, which Disney chose […]

James Cameron: Plan is for Avatar 2 in 2014 followed by Avatar 3 in 2015

We expected a long wait between the release of Avatar and its sequel, and today director James Cameron confirmed as much. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Cameron revealed that the “current plan” is to shoot both films back-to-back and release them Christmas 2014 and Christmas 2015, respectively:

“I am in the process […]

Avatar: Special Edition (theatrical re-release) poster

Here’s the poster for 20th Century Fox’s theatrical re-release, Avatar: Special Edition. Re-releasing in 3D and IMAX 3D theaters on August 27, 2010, this special edition of James Cameron’s Avatar will feature several new minutes of footage. Click over the jump to see the poster in full.

The world’s highest-grossing film of all-time, Avatar has already taken in $2.74 billion worldwide ($749.766M domestic / $1.991B foreign).

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Cameron might shoot Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 back-to-back

In an interview with MTV, Avatar director James Cameron revealed that he has been talking with 20th Century Fox about shooting the two planned sequels back-to-back:

“Avatar 2 we’re still working on deals. So we don’t start the movie until we get the deals worked out…We’re actually talking about [shooting 2 and 3 back-to-back] that’s not a decision yet, but that’s something that makes a lot of sense given the nature of these productions. I’m taking notes you know, I’m not sitting idle…”

Cameron also spoke about the upcoming novelization, which he says he wants to have done before any one else touches his material:

“…[B]ut really what I’m working on right now primarily is the novel. Because we never, I never, had the chance to get the novel done while we were making the movie and I always intended to and I didn’t want to do a cheesy novelization that was like where you know some hack comes in and just kind of makes #$%#. I wanted to do something that was kinda a legitimate novel that was inside the characters heads and didn’t have kinda the wrong cultural stuff the wrong language stuff, you know all that. And ideally that becomes a kind of bible for any other writers that want to come along and riff off with other Avatar-based stories, which I’m not ruling out. I don’t mind opening up the Universe I just don’t want that to happen until I’ve got more meat on the bones because the film is pretty spare when it comes to a lot of the specific details about the back story, the history, the company, what’s happening on Earth, you know, Grace’s back story, Jake’s back story, all that stuff. That all needs to be filled in before other writers can come in and run with it.”

More — including the complete audio clip — after the jump.

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Avatar: Special Edition theatrical re-release TV spot

20th Century Fox has begun running a TV spot for the upcoming Avatar: Special Edition theatrical re-release. As previously reported, this new edition includes about 8 minutes of additional footage. It will hit theaters, in 3D, on August 27 for a limited time. Check out the TV spot after the jump.

Avatar has already grossed more than $2.73 billion worldwide (including $749.686M domestically).

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Cameron says Avatar 2 release date will be announced in a few months

Speaking at the Seoul Digital Forum, Avatar director James Cameron revealed that a release date for Avatar 2 will be announced within a few months.

Cameron also estimated that the sequel will take about 3 years to make, which is 18 months less than it took to make the first. In related news, 20th […]

Avatar sells 6.7M DVDs and Blu-rays (including a record 2.7M Blu-rays)

20th Century Fox has announced that Avatar has sold 6.7 million DVDs and Blu-rays in its first four days of release. That figure includes a record 2.7 million units sold on Blu-ray, which already makes it the fastest selling Blu-ray of all time.

The previous life-time sales record holder for Blu-ray was The Dark […]

Avatar shatters Blu-ray 1st-day sales record

Avatar more than doubled up on the first day Blu-ray record held by Warner Brothers’ The Dark Knight, which sold 600,000 units in North America and the UK when it was released last year. Deadline reports that Avatar sold 1.5 million in the U.S. and Canada alone.

The Avatar Blu-ray is the first of […]

Cameron confirms Avatar will get extended theatrical re-release this August + Sequel will focus on the oceans of Pandora

In an interview with the LA Times, Avatar director James Cameron confirmed recent rumors that the film will be re-released in theaters, revealing that an extended cut of the film (by six additional minutes) will be released in theaters this August:

We’re working on finishing an additional six minutes of the film — which includes a lot of Weta work — for a theatrical re-release in August. We were sold out of our Imax performances right up to the moment until they were contractually obligated to switch to “Alice in Wonderland,” so we know we left money on the table there. And the 3-D really helped “Avatar” right up until the moment that it hurt it. And it hurt it at the moment “Alice” and then “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Clash of the Titans” came in and sucked up all the 3-D screens. We went from declining 8% a week to declining 50%. Clearly, it wasn’t market forces directly; it was the availability of theaters. So we’re going to wait until there’s a time to come back in, inject the new footage into the mix and see if we can interest people in the “Avatar” experience in theaters.

Cameron also talked about the second and third Avatar films. More on that after the fold.

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Wednesday Box Office (March 17, 2010)

Alice in Wonderland took in $4.717 million on Wednesday, moving past $225M domestic to $226.12 million. Finishing in second place was the disappointing and expensive Green Zone, which fell below $1M to $946,025 ($17.763 million domstic cume). She’s Out of My League ($822,240 / $12.911M cume), Shutter Island ($632,019 / $110.269M cune) and Avatar ($608,622 / $732.23M cume) rounded out the top five. Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

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Box Office Numbers for Monday, March 15, 2010

Alice in Wonderland had another strong weekday, grossing $6.054 million on Monday.  Through just 11 days of release, the film has now grossed an impressive $215.393 million.  Worldwide cume stands at an estimated $436.4 million. Green Zone ($1.231M / $15.54M cume), She’s Out of My League ($1.14M / $10.916M cume) and Shutter Island ($797,561 / $108.809M cume) stayed in second through fourth, respectively, while Avatar improved a spot into fifth place with $671,742 ($730.942M cume). Head on over the jump to see the complete daily chart.

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