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Since Avatar's blockbuster release in 2009 rumors have been swirling about potential sequels.
Producer Jon Landau partnered with James Cameron on both Avatar and Titanic, and has finally come out to speak about potential sequels. In Landau’s own words, he told The Courier Post that, “We are doing two back-to-back, but not a third.”
The plan is to create films that can be enjoyed as they were meant to be seen both in the cinema and at home. According to Movies.com, Avatards will not only have two more films to get excited about. Cameron seems to be striving to get audiences to look forward to 3D (and the true wonder it was meant to be) instead of IMAX.
Although the South-American-inspired aliens were a huge hit in their release back in 2009, the more “mature” audience thought of the film as no more than a video game. Of course, that didn’t stop it from beating Titanic at being the most financially successful movie of all time, making more than $2 billion at the box office. Sequels are expected to be equally sucessful.