Every few months, James Cameron talks up the work he and an army of folks are doing on the three sequels to Avatar, the biggest movie of all time (not adjusted for inflation).
We're due for yet another update on Avatar 2, 3, and 4. Cameron is happy to oblige, promising that the sequels currently being written will introduce "new worlds, new habitats, new cultures."
This summer's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes continues the prequel continuity established in 2011's Rise of the Planet of the Apes, following Caesar the ape-revolutionary as he builds a simian civilization.
The prequel-sequel introduces a whole new cast of human characters to oppose Caesar. None other than Gary Oldman has revealed some potentially spoilery details about the human characters, his role, and how Dawn of the Planet of the Apes paves the way for Planet of the Apes.
When is news not quite news? When everyone already assumed that what's happening had already happened.
Speaking of which, Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana are confirmed to return to their roles as Jake Sully and Neytiri in the three Avatar sequels.
Six months out from the theatrical debut of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Matt Reeves is already on board to direct and co-write the third installment in Fox's prequel series.
The apes have risen. Now comes the really hard part for humanity.
A teaser trailer for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has marched across the Golden Gate Bridge and is now glowering from Muir Woods alongside Caesar, the hyper-intelligent ape who kicked off the apocalypse.
In discussing his sequels to the biggest movie of all time, James Cameron advises that we think of the movie frequently described as the best film of all time.
Cameron announced today that the second, third, and fourth Avatar installments will film in New Zealand. In the process, he also revealed a bit more about the overall story and setting in the continuing story of Jake Sully and Pandora.
If you've been waiting to be scowled at by four contemptuous ape faces slathered in warpaint, then Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has a treat for you this morning.
20th Century Fox has rolled out the first teaser posters for the upcoming sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, offering yet another chance to marvel at the simian visual effects that the prequel opted for, eschewing the Planet of Apes franchise's traditional reliance on makeup effects.
Next year's live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot is expected to mix up the mythology of the pizza-loving heroes in a half shell.
But the overhaul doesn't stop with the ninja quartet. William Fichtner is teasing big changes for his character, the villainous Shredder.
Just how tough is the villainous Colonel Miles Quaritch?
So tough that (spoiler alert) taking several Na'vi arrows the size of second-graders to his burly chest won't keep him from returning for all three of James Cameron's sequels to Avatar.
James Cameron is putting together Avatars 2, 3, and 4 to start hitting theaters in 2016, but fans of the biggest movie of all time (not adjusted) will soon have a whole different way to visit Pandora.
For the last several years, plans have been afoot for a massive Avatar theme park at Disney World Resort's Animal Kingdom park in Florida. Some concept art and early imagery from the eventual Pandora park have made their way online, giving a taste of the exotic alien locales coming to Florida.