Avatar 2 is a long way from release so its understandable as to why not much is known about the plot of the film. But as the production schedule of the film draws closer, few teasers on the storyline are bound to make their way online.
While fans already know that the sequel will explore the waters of Pandora, latest rumours claim that the film will feature a "prison theme" and that this theme will reflect in the film's first-look poster. "Avatar 2 will reportedly focus on a prison theme. This is based on a statement by artist Goksan Ozman who is working on the film's official poster," reports Christian Today.
Its not explained if this "prison" is meant to hold humans or Na'vi inmates. The conflict between the two may have grown significantly since the war that occurred in the first film. However, there is no confirmation from either James Cameron (director) or any official source if the film will indeed involve a prison theme.
Back in June, a report from Variety had revealed just how much work Cameron has to do in order to complete Avatar 2. "It's a room ... which is covered floor to ceiling with images, characters, worlds, settings," said 20th Century Fox chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos. "It's the most amazing, breathtaking thing you've ever seen. His challenge is to put all of that in a movie."
According to an earlier Clapway report, Cameron is planning on using a technology that will help him film breathtaking scenes underwater. The technology that he plans on using is still not present and there is work being done to bring it to existence, and that has led to delay in the production process. (via Day Herald)
Avatar 2 is expected to release in December 2017 followed by Avatar 3 in 2018. It's not yet confirmed if Cameron will go ahead with a separate part 4 or just make a trilogy.