Asked about his potential presence in the Avatar sequels, Vin Diesel said he was very likely to participate in future blockbusters. However, it is not yet 100% sure. Selected pieces.
Avatar 2 should normally be released on December 14, 2022. It will be followed two years later by Avatar 3. A fourth and a fifth opus are also planned by James Cameron. Last September, the director had also confided that the shots of Avatar 2 and 3 were almost completed. It now remains to take care of postproduction which will obviously be time consuming for such blockbusters.
The cast of the two films will include Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver. And it could well be that Vin Diesel then invites himself in Avatar 4 and 5. In 2019, the actor had already sowed doubt by posting a cliché where he appeared with Cameron on the set of the Avatar sequels. Just recently, the Fast and Furious star was asked about it by MTV News. “I spent time with [Cameron] but I haven’t turned yet ”, he specifies.
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Vin Diesel on track to join the cast of Avatar
Interested by the « again “, the journalist tries to insist. Vin Diesel then took a long break. Then adds, all smiles: “I love James Cameron. I love James Cameron and I love the series, and I think it’s safe to say that we’re going to work together ”. You will understand, Vin Diesel is well on its way to participate in future parts of Avatar.
We can thus imagine that he will integrate the cast of the fourth or fifth episode. Unless he is credited with the credits of Avatar 2 and 3? This seems implausible since the shooting of the two films has now been completed. But do you never know …
For the record, know that Avatar recently dubbed Avengers: Endgame at the global box office. This allowed him to take back his throne. It was thanks to the replay of the film in Chinese theaters that the producers were able to raise the missing $ 7.8 million. The craze for Avatar seems in any case well and truly intact.
— Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) June 14, 2021