The highly anticipated sequel to Avatar has been given a tentative release time table.
James Cameron has told the New York Post that while he’s still taking notes for a second and third film, we probably won’t see it until about 2014.
“Right now, the thinking is that (films) two and three are going to be done together. They’ll be released separately, probably a year apart or maybe even two, but they’ll be done in a bunch.
“I’m mapping out the story line right now, so there’s a proper arc that plays out over two films, but (it) buttons nicely at the end of two, so you don’t get this horrible second-act Matrix feeling – you know: ‘I’ve just sat through a three-hour movie and f**k all happened at the end!'”
Cameron will however be re-releasing Avatar this Friday to theaters with 9 minutes of never before seen footage.