Quantcast
Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 1 year 13 weeks ago

No Guardians of the Galaxy Sequel For Zoe Saldana? Signs On Avatar For The Long Haul

Body

13157

Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana have officially signed on for all three Avatar sequels, joining Stephen Lang.

THR reports the actors have finalized their deals, and that the three films will be filmed by James Cameron back-to-back-to-back.

Cameron released the following statement: "Jake Sully is a rare combination of passion, strength, street smarts and soul, which requires a lot from an actor. Sam brought to the role a combination of sensitivity, vulnerability and strength. Zoe captured every aspect of the character I envisioned, bringing to Neytiri a mix of delicacy, fierceness and incredible physicality. I am beyond pleased they'll be returning with us to Pandora."

Zoe Saldana is starring in Guardians of the Galaxy this Summer for Marvel Studios which hits August 1st.

With Saldana signing on Avatar for the long haul, will she be back for a Guardians of the Galaxy sequel?

For a comparison, reportedly Martin Freeman filmed The Hobbit trilogy over two-and-half years.

Perhaps we have our answer regarding the fate of Gamora in the movie

The first sequel to Avatar gets released in December 2016, with the second to in December 2017 and the third a year later in December of 2018.
 

13158

Latest Images

More From Cosmic Book News:

Watch video with Crowe discussing potential for a Man Of Steel prequel.
Lucas had reservations back in '86, but now has changed his tune.
Mankind is under the terror of titans, a beast in which feast on human flesh!
Cool and short promo featuring the new hybrid dinosaur.
First look at Ben Affleck, new Superman footage and more.
Joe and Cisco head to Starling City to continue their investigation of Dr. Wells.
Kylo Ren's hilt revealed in addition to SnowTrooper, concept art and more.
Get details on the new Star Wars video game, plus new images.
Info about Spidey, Sinister Six, Andrew Garfield, Ike Perlmutter, Deadpool, female movies and more.