While some may doubt the public’s interest in the Avatar franchise, 20th Century President Steve Aspel is confident that Disney can easily win over everyone else.
20th Century President Steve Aspel confident Disney will reignite interest in James Cameron Avatar 2. It’s been a long road for Cameron who has been waiting for him so badly symbol picture Sequel, The Journey Isn’t Over Yet. after the first symbol picture In the history books in 2009, Cameron began work on a sequel that would continue the story of Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Netery (Zoe Saldana). He settled on four supplements in total. Avatar 2 It was originally expected to premiere in 2014; After many delays, it will now premiere in December of this year.
Part of the reason symbol picture 2 It took a long time to get to this point because Cameron has been working hard to perfect the technology required for special effects. Although plot details remain confidential, it has been revealed that Jake and Neytiri have started a family since the first movie, and that the threat will force them to leave their home. Avatar 2 It will welcome many newcomers to the franchise, such as Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis and Michelle Yeoh. At the same time, there will be additional returning faces, such as Giovanni Ribisi, Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver.
Because of the large gap between the films, there is a lot of controversy about how much audiences care about the other symbol picture film. While some might doubt that viewers would be drawn to Pandora’s world easily, 20th Century President Steve Aspel is unconcerned. In a recent interview with THR, the studio executive shared his confidence that Disney’s creative marketing plans will reignite the excitement of this long-running film. Aspel said:
I can tell you that there is no better marketing device at work than the Disney one. They will do an incredible job of re-igniting this passion for the original film. This isn’t just a sequel, it’s an epic. It is a family saga. It would be compelling on its own, but it would also be very compelling to go back to those characters and see how they evolved. It’s not about Avatar being a really big movie and more about how Avatar was a really important cultural moment for audiences. I don’t think it will be difficult to convince people to come back.
Working in symbol pictureSaleh is the massive success of the first film. Avengers: Endgame It briefly broke the record to become the highest-grossing movie of all time, but then symbol picture He regained the title thanks to some re-releases. Those total amounts should not be overlooked. Plus, Cameron remains one of the most prolific directors of all time, and the promise of cutting-edge new technology could propel curious viewers to movie theaters. Asbell expressed confidence in Disney’s marketing, which can go a long way in selling Avatar 2. These promotional efforts haven’t started yet, so only time will tell.
However, no one can say that it will be smooth Avatar 2. In the years since the first movie was released, there seems to have been a silent interest in the characters online, even as the love for other fictional characters has blossomed. Disney’s marketing plans may begin by reintroducing audiences to those like Neytiri, Jake, and other natives of Pandora. With so much time left before Avatar 2‘s His release, it is difficult to predict exactly how it will be conducted. This is one to watch.
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- Avatar 2 (2022)Release date: December 16, 2022
- Avatar 3 (2024)Release date: December 20, 2024
- Avatar 4 (2026)Release date: December 18, 2026
- Avatar 5 (2028)Release date: December 22, 2028
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