The sequel to ‘Avatar’, one of the expensive Hollywood films, is about to resume. The film team has reached New Zealand with a special permission. See, picture of the set.

With respect to the corona, where the whole world had come to a standstill, now it seems that life is slowly but steadily gaining momentum. While the shooting of films and TV shows with the terms and conditions of Corona is starting in India, it is now reported that the work of the sequel of the famous Hollywood film Avatar has also started.

According to reports, the International Crew associated with ‘Avatar 2’ has arrived in New Zealand with a special permission, where they are going to start shooting for this sequel. Explain that this special permission has been taken while the reason for corona is the border seal of the country. It is now reported that ‘Avatar’ director James Cameron has arrived in New Zealand with his team of 55 people. The crew associated with the film have arrived there from chartered plane and currently they will be in Self Quarantine for two weeks.

Cameron’s producer Jon Landau, after arriving at Wellington Airport, posted some pictures taken on his Instagram, in which all are seen wearing face masks. Along with the mask, a plastic face shield is visible on his face. Recall that Landau has also won the Oscar for his film ‘Titanic’ and he is very happy to be in Wellington once again.

By posting a picture of the set a week in advance, the producer said that the set of ‘Avatar’ is ready and waiting for the next week to reach New Zealand is getting tougher now.

The sequel to ‘Avatar’, one of the highest grossing films at the box office, also has a high budget. Along with the sequel of ‘Avatar 2’, there are also preparations for 3 other sequels, whose release date is already set. Talking about the release of these films, it is to be released on 17 December 2021, 22 December 2023, 19 December 2025 and 17 December 2027. It is being told that a budget of 75.60 billion rupees has been kept for this film.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jasinda Adorn sealed the country’s border on 16 March, keeping security in mind with Covid-19. Lockdown was strictly followed in the country and as a result, the cases related to Corona remained very low.

It's time to get back to work for 'Avatar 2' actors.

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