Walt Disney declared that a new “Star Wars” film will arrive at theaters in 2026 however said it would defer the arrival of the following three portions in James Cameron’s blockbuster “Symbol” series.
Additionally, the studio has postponed the release dates of “Thunderbolts” and “Blade,” two Marvel films that have been delayed as a result of the ongoing strike by Hollywood writers.
On Twitter, “Avatar” producer Jon Landau said that the filmmakers needed more time to finish the science-fiction series’ third, fourth, and fifth installments, which are set on the fictional moon of Pandora.
The release of “Avatar 3,” which was originally scheduled for December 2024, is now scheduled for December 2025.” “Avatar 5” and “Avatar 4” are scheduled for December 2031 and 2029, respectively.
“Each Avatar film is an exciting but epic undertaking that takes time to bring to the quality level we as filmmakers strive for and audiences have come to expect,” Landau wrote. “The team is hard at work and can’t wait to bring audiences back to Pandora in December 2025.”
One of two upcoming installments in the space opera’s saga, a new “Star Wars” movie was scheduled for release in December 2026.
“Blade,” starring Mahershala Ali, has been pushed back to February 2025 by five months.” “Thunderbolts,” which had originally been scheduled for July 2024, was moved to December 2024.
A sequel to “Deadpool,” starring Ryan Reynolds, will be released earlier than anticipated in one Marvel film. Instead of arriving in theaters in November 2024, it will do so in May 2024.
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