“Avatar” fans have mixed feelings about the release of the blockbuster film’s sequel titles.
Science fiction sensation, “Avatar,” was first released in 2009, and it’s been almost 10 years of anticipation for the next one.
BBC has revealed that they have allegedly seen proof of the names and release dates for the next four “Avatar” installments. While audiences are eagerly anticipating their releases, they may have to wait a while. BBC claims the timeline goes as follows: “Avatar: The Way of Water” (December 2020), “Avatar: The Seed Bearer” (December 2021), “Avatar: The Tulkun Rider” (December 2024), and “Avatar: The Quest for Eywa” (December 2025).
Director/writer/producer James Cameron is facing backlash over these reported titles, despite the fact that the studio has not confirmed release dates, nor film titles. Associate Editor at “Vulture,” Jackson McHenry, tweeted, “Hmm I see my suggestion “Avatar, or the Making of the Visual Sensation of 2009 and All That Followed” did not make the cut for some reason,” and included an article with 19 suggested titles for the sequels.
“Vice” also had something to say about the titles.
No matter what the internet critics are saying, moviegoers can judge for themselves on December 18, 2020, when the second release in the series, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” is reportedly set to hit cinemas.