It's been eight years since James Cameron's blockbuster movie "Avatar" was released, the fans of the franchise are enthusiastically waiting for the next big installment of the flick. Earlier, many reports surfaced on the Internet stating that "Avatar 2" will be released in 2018, but now, James Cameron in a recently given interview to Toronto Star has revealed that the sequel will not be having its theatrical release next year. The sequel to "Avatar" will be loaded with an ensemble star cast including Sam Worthington, Zoe Zaldana, Sigourney Weaver and Joel David Moore.

Disappointing news for 'Avatar' fans

"Well, 2018 is not happening. We haven't announced a firm release date. What people have to understand is that this is a cadence of releases", said James Cameron as per a report which got published on Rollingstone.

As the release of "Avatar 2" is postponed, it has been now confirmed that the theatrical debut of Avatar 3, 4 and five will also get pushed back which means that the final Film in the famous franchise will not be released in 2022 as scheduled before.

Visual feast guaranteed

In the recently given interview, James Cameron revealed that he would make "Avatar" 2,3,4 and five simultaneously, and the director is going to spend the next eight years of his career exclusively for this film.

As per James Cameron, it took nearly five years to complete "Avatar," and it is not a surprising thing that the production works of the remaining four films are taking this much time. The director also added that his crew had completed the designs for the sets and the creatures.

Cameron has also promised that "Avatar 2" will be far beyond the first film, and it is being made with wild and pure imagination.

"Avatar" was set in the backdrop of 'Pandora,' a densely forested habitable moon orbiting Polyphemus. In the first part of the movie, James Cameron portrayed the visual beauty of Pandora's landscape, while the second part is expected to showcase the stunning beauty of Pandora's oceans.