AVATAR 2 to take place under the sea?

John Mulhern

by: John Mulhern
March 4th, 2011

AVATAR was a huge commercial smash, that goes without saying. But it was also James Cameron’s brainchild, a project that he had conceived of long before it ever reached theaters. With both of these things considered, it isn’t very surprising that Cameron would want to make a sequel to the first film. We’ve long known at least one was on its way, but little was known about the film itself.

Michelle Rodriguez has given us an idea, however, and let us in on what we could expect from the sequel. Rodriguez says that the film will take place under the sea. We have heard this in the past, but this could be further proof that the film actually will be underwater. She also hopes to be involved in some way, since her character died in the first film, even if it only consists of a set visit. An underwater AVATAR film could be pretty intense, just imagine the creatures they could create for it.

Going underwater seems like a really interesting direction to take the film in, a way to keep it fresh for a sequel. But what could this mean for Jake Sully and company, how will they be involved in an underwater adventure?

AVATAR 2 is scheduled for a 2014 release date, can you handle the wait?

Source Associated Press, via THR

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