James Cameron has revealed that the Avatar sequels will explore of Pandora.
Cameron has already revealed this week that the highly anticipated sequels will be filmed in New Zealand, now he has hinted at what we can expect from the upcoming films.
Speaking to the Associated Press he said: "It’s going to be a lot of new imagery and a lot of new environments and creatures across Pandora. We’re blowing it out all over the place.
"At first I thought I was going to take it onto other worlds as well, in the same solar system, but it turned out not to be necessary.
"I mean the Pandora that we have imagined will be a fantasy land that is going to occupy people for decades to come, the way I see it."
Cameron has also quashed talk that all of the sequel is going to talk place completely underwater; however, there will be some underwater elements.
"There’s a fair bit of underwater stuff. It’s been inaccurately said that the second film takes place underwater. That’s not true.
"There are underwater scenes and surface-water scenes having to do with indigenous ocean cultures that are distributed across the three films."
Avatar hit the big screen back in 2009 and went on to become the highest grossing movie of all time; it was also the first film to take over $2 billion at the global box office.
The three sequels are set to be shot back to back, with the first film hitting the big screen in December 2016.
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