AVATAR Sequel Wraps Final Day Of Live-Action Filming In 2019 With Massive Behind-The-Scenes Set Photo

James Cameron's long-awaited sequel has finished filming for the year and marked the occasion with a celebratory set photo revealing a massive mothership known as the Sea Dragon. Check out the image below.

Filming on Avatar 2 has wrapped for the year. James Cameron's long-awaited sequel to 2009 blockbuster still has a long way to go before its release in 2021, but the oft-delayed sequel is one step closer. And for that, it is reason to celebrate.

The official Twitter account for Avatar shared a behind-the-scenes photo of one of the film's massive sets to mark the end of live-action filming 2019. The photo gives us a look at "the aft well deck section of the Sea Dragon," dsscribed as "a massive mothership that carries an array of other sea-going craft in the sequels."

There are a total of four Avatar sequels planned, with the first two being shot simultaneously. Back in February, director James Cameron briefly spoke about upcoming installments in the sci-fi franchise, addressing the live-action component.

"[Performance-capture] is the vast majority of the characters, and that is the vast majority of the running time of the film," Cameron said at the time. "That pesky little live-action component is going to cost me five months of my life, across the two movies."
 
This isn't the first time the Avatar account shared a look behind-the-scenes. In October, we were offered another sneak peek at what looks like some sort of sea wreckage.

Barring anymore unforseen delays, Avatar 2 is scheduled to hit theaters on December 18, 2021.
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