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  1. Damn ! Is it true !? @IronJimbo Does it mean that Jimmy has been getting Disney by the balls all along instead of the other way around....??? I always thought that Fox or Disney owns the rights to blue people so Jimmy has to follow the order of the big boss...But It seems that I am wrong...
  2. Is it possible to do a John Wick cinematic universe!? A spin-off about the origin of The Continental Hotel will be cool.
  3. IMHO It is hard to associate the defining franchise of a generation with some blue people running wild or shooting arrows in jungles on screen. I think people would prefer live action heroes instead of some fully CGI animated characters when it comes to what defines their childhood.
  4. But WB has already announced the Pokemon Cinematic Universe...??? Are you saying WB , as a studio, is putting the cart before horse ???
  5. Don't get me wrong. I am quite sure Dark Phoenix will probably be a very bad movie. But I am still buying the ticket. For Sophie Turner and J Law !
  6. Does it mean that the movie is so embarrassing that Disney wants to take X-MEN out of the title such that it will minimize the brand damage?
  7. Sam Worthington MEGA STAR ? With all due respect, I can say for sure that either one of us must be tripping.
  8. Jimmy should wait until it is blue people's turn. Will he do the same when the avatar record is broken as well? If not, I doubt his sincerity.
  9. You can sure as hell make a movie out of the fact that Jimmy Boy keeps changing the release date of the blue people movie sequels. It is one big glorified joke. https://www.vulture.com/2019/05/avatar-sequel-announcements-timeline-james-cameron.html January 7, 2010: Days after Avatar made $1 billion, Cameron announces that we’re getting a sequel. “Yes, there’ll be another,” he tells the crowd after a screening in Los Angeles. January 14, 2010: Now he says there won’t just be another — there will be several more. ““I’ve had a story line in mind from the start — there are even scenes in Avatar that I kept in because they lead to the sequel,” he tells EW. “It just makes sense to think of it as a two or three film arc, in terms of the business plan.” February 16, 2010: We’re not only getting several more trips to Pandora, but a book! “I told myself, if it made money, I’d write a book. There are things you can do in books that you can’t do with films,” Cameron says. Your middle-school librarian nods in agreement. August 7, 2010: Now Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 will be filmed back-to-back. “We’re talking about that, that makes a lot of sense, given the nature of these productions. We can bank all the capture and then go back and do cameras,” he says. But really, he’s focused on the prequel novel: “I didn’t want to do some cheesy novelization,” he says, “where some hack comes in and makes shit up.” March 7, 2010, an aside: Cameron loses the Oscar. (Later on, he’ll say that the Oscars don’t award his kinds of movies anymore, meaning “big, visual cinema.”) April 21, 2010: The Avatar sequel, Cameron says, will dive deep (not into the history — that’s for the novel) into the ocean. “Part of my focus in the second film is in creating a different environment — a different setting within Pandora. And I’m going to be focusing on the ocean on Pandora, which will be equally rich and diverse and crazy and imaginative, but it just won’t be a rain forest,” he tells the Los Angeles Times. October 27, 2010: Avatar 2 and Avatar 3 are definitely happening ASAP — he passed on Sony’s never-realized Cleopatra to work on them. Fox made a big donation to his environmental green fund to make sure the trilogy rises to the tippity top of his to-do list. Cameron is shooting for a December 2014 and December 2015 release. May 7, 2012: Not just Avatar 2 and Avatar 3. Now James Cameron has anAvatar 4 in store, too. He says he’s Avatar only. Literally, he says this: “I’m not interested in developing anything. I’m in the Avatar business. Period. That’s it. I’m making Avatar 2, Avatar 3, maybe Avatar 4, and I’m not going to produce other people’s movies for them,” he tells the New York Times. He confirms it formally in August 2013. December 2013: Avatar 2, Avatar 3, and Avatar 4 will shoot in New Zealand. Not sure when, but probably soon-ish? When you jot it down in your calendar, maybe use pencil or one of those fancy erasable pens they sell at Staples. April 12, 2014: Cameron says they’re in preproduction! Go ahead and set those iCal alerts. January 14, 2015: He says Avatar 2, Avatar 3, and Avatar 4 are delayed, but only for a couple years, ideally 2017. So it’s a little delay, not a big delay. If we’re using Google calendar by this point, adjust it accordingly. April 28, 2015: James Cameron isn’t just giving us Avatar 2, Avatar 3, and Avatar 4. Did you think we’d get away without an Avatar 5? He and his writing team have come up with five whole freaking scripts. We’re getting Avatar 5, too. January 1, 2016: He’s losing steam. How can he get it done? The Wrap reports that Avatar 2 has been “suspended indefinitely.” April 14, 2016: “The next time I see you will be on Pandora,” Cameron tells a Comic Con audience. He’s back, baby! And this time, he’s promising a new Avatar nearly every other Christmas: Avatar 2 is slated for release on Christmas 2018, with Avatar 3 following on Christmas 2020, Avatar 4 on Christmas 2022, and Avatar 5 on Christmas 2023. September 8, 2016: Sam Worthington is deep into his Christian movie stardom, Zoe Saldana is with Guardians of the Galaxy now, but Cameron is still hard at work on those Avatar movies. You’ll get them when you get them. Okay?!? “We haven’t moved that target yet, but we will if we need to,” Cameron says. “The important thing for me is not when the first one comes out but the cadence of the release pattern.” April 22, 2017: Shady’s back, tell a friend: James Cameron has started production, with an adjusted timeline: Expect Avatar 2 on December 18, 2020; Avatar 3 on December 17, 2021; Avatar 4 on December 20, 2024; and Avatar 5 on December 19, 2025. September 25, 2017: Seven years later, Cameron has started filming! Fox says the first Avatar sequel will be released December 18, 2020. Avatar 3comes a year later, and the last two are due December 2024 and 2025. The Avatar Sequels aren’t just about the destination (again, Pandora, in case you’ve forgotten in the interim). Avatar is about James Cameron’s journey. May 7, 2019: It has only been 588 days since this extremely important timeline has been updated, and I have returned to offer critical news! (You think the Avatar sequels are your ally? You merely adopted the Avatarsequels. I was born into them, molded by them!) In light of the Disney-Fox acquisition, the House of Mouse has released an updated — and exhaustive — release schedule for all of its new titles. “Four forthcoming Avatar films, expanding the vibrant world of Pandora, will release on the pre-Christmas weekend every other year beginning in 2021,” Disney says. We’re getting the sequel on December 17, 2021; Avatar 3 onDecember 22, 2023; Avatar 4 on December 19, 2025; and Avatar 5 on December 17, 2027. (Extremely optimistic of James Cam’ron to assume we will still be living on a habitable planet in 2027, frankly!) These movies may or may not be titled Avatar: The Way of Water, Avatar: The Seed Bearer, Avatar: The Tulkun Rider, and Avatar: The Quest for Eywa. Your move, Marvel.
  10. Here is what I think: Seeing that Endgame is about to crush Avatar record and Avatar having zero cultural impact, Disney decided to reserve whatever 3D trick Jimmy had for Avatar sequels for MCU so that MCU will be the first film to use those tricks. It help build up MCU hype even more.Thus, there is the delay. After all, Disney is not stupid. They know that the franchise value of MCU heroes is much more worthy than that of those blue people. And, the only talking about those blue people movies is the 3D tricks. If Avatar sequels were not the first ones to use... Avatar 2 might not even break 1 billion.
  11. Joker is the trailer of the year. Sonic the hedgehog is also the trailer of the year on the opposite end. Just imagine the timeline in which Joker turns to be the worst movie and Sonic the hedgehog is the critical darling...Oh Boys...
  12. I don't think you fully understand how China Market has evolved over the past few years. China once helped Avatar become WW No.1 and would now help taking it down.
  13. One of the greatest virtues of men is that they know what is done is done and move on. Avatar lost its WW no.1 record. Deal with it and hope that A2 might make a comeback (though I highly doubt it)
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