Disney gives new announcements about Avatar sequels
Disney, which closed last March the acquisition of 21st Century Fox, unveiled on Tuesday that the four sequels of "Avatar" (2009) that is preparing James Cameron will be released later than expected.
Thus, the new launch plan of the "Avatar" films, which already accumulate several delays, stipulates that "Avatar 2" will be released in December 2021.
As with "Star Wars", Disney will try to take advantage of "Christmas" with "Avatar" so that in 2023 it will release "Avatar 3"; in 2025 it will launch "Avatar 4"; and in 2027 he will present "Avatar 5".
With 2 billion 788 million dollars raised, "Avatar" is the highest grossing film in history in the world without taking inflation into account.
However, "Avengers: Endgame" (2019) could soon beat that mark, since in just two weeks on the big screen has added 2,189 million that have ranked it as the second most successful film of all time.
Apart from "Star Wars" and "Avatar", Disney detailed today that in December 2020 will be released both the new "West Side Story" by filmmaker Steven Spielberg, and the film "Cruella", with Emma Stone as the villain of " 101 Dalmatians ".
"The New Mutants", a film from the "X-Men" saga with Maisie Williams and Anya Taylor-Joy, which has been delayed numerous times, is now set to premiere in April 2020.