Why James Cameron Delayed 'Avatar 2' AGAIN

'Avatar 2' is delayed again. James Cameron, the director of 'Avatar 2,' revealed that he is creating an ocean ecosystem for Pandora.

Director James Cameron, in a recent interview, explains the reasons causing the delay. When the release dates of "Avatar 2" and "Avatar 3" were announced, there were reports suggesting the movie's production was being delayed because James Cameron was not equiped with the best graphic and technical tools to illustrate his innovative ideas. In the interview, James Cameron revealed that his team is now focused on creating graphics for the ocean ecosystem of Pandora to film the "oceanographic exploration" similar to the one shown in "Titanic" and "The Abyss", according to Coming Soon. Photo Credit: Twin Design / Photo Credit: Twin Design /

"We're doing 'Avatar' films now, so we're making up an ocean ecosystem for Pandora. There isn't a direct map between the deep ocean exploration that I've done and the ocean stuff that we're doing in the 'Avatar' films," Cameron was quoted as saying.

"However, I'm going to continue in the future making documentaries and continuing explorations stuff as well because I'm always fascinated by that," he added.

James Cameron explained that the audience will get to see only a part of the environment of Pandora.

"People have connected the dots directly together. 'Oh, going to the challenger deep has a direct connection to what we're going to see in Avatar 2,' and that's not the case at all. It's all the scuba diving I did before I even started the deep ocean stuff that has more of a direct connection to Avatar 2 & 3, which by the way won't take place completely in or under the water. That's just part of the environment of Pandora that we're going to see," Cameron explained.

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Now, we guess it's worth a wait for fans, who are looking forward to the release of 20th Century Fox's "Avatar 2" in December 2017. "Avatar 3" and "Avatar 4" are expected to be released in 2018 and 2019 respectively.