Avatar 5 is a fantasy film directed by James Cameron and starring Cliff Curtis, Oona Chaplin and Matt Gerald.
Avatar 5 by James Cameron is the fourth and, for now, the last announced sequel to the Avatar series set on the planet Pandora.
Avatar 5 (2028) Movie Info
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Original Language: English
Director: James Cameron
Writers: James Cameron
Stars: Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Yeoh
Release Date (Theaters): December 22, 2028 (USA)
Country of origin: United States
Filming Locations: New Zealand
Production Co: Dune Entertainment, Ingenious Film Partners, Lightstorm Entertainment
Complete plot and information about Avatar 5
Storyline of Avatar 5
Avatar 5, just like its four predecessor films, is once again set on the distant planet Pandora, where the human Jake (Sam Worthington) once fell in love with Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), a native of the planet, drove away the resource exploiters who had arrived from Earth and became a Na’vi himself.
Background & info on Avatar 5
In 2009, director James Cameron (Titanic) created a global phenomenon with Avatar. His film became the most successful film of all time and paved the way for 3D to enter cinemas. In this respect, it was hardly surprising when the filmmaker announced the sequels Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 in 2010. In 2013, Avatar 4 was confirmed and in 2016, Avatar 5, the last expansion of the series for the time being, was announced.
James Cameron announced that the four sequels would be independent films, but would all be set in the Avatar universe and together form a saga. The return of the main actors from Part 1 – embodied by Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington – was confirmed until the film Avatar 4.
To create his world, James Cameron worked closely with four screenwriters Rick Jaffa, Josh Friedman, Amanda Silver and Shane Salerno. With designers, he created new landscapes and cultures to fill his other Pandora films with varied elements.
Just like Avatar 2, 3 and 4, the filming of Avatar 5 is taking place in New Zealand and is to be created with 60 instead of the usual 24 frames per second, in addition to the even increased 3D effects. Most recently, Peter Jackson had ramped up his Hobbit trilogy, also filmed in New Zealand, to 48 frames per second to create sharper images. (ES)