Principal photography on the live-action elements of “Avatar 3” was completed around the same time as the second film because both movies were shot back-to-back (as was the first act of the fourth film).

Recently filmmaker James Cameron confirmed at a Wellington industry conference that the third “Avatar” is now undergoing a lengthy post-production process and will take up to two years to compete.

That won’t stop the rumors though, one of which is that the title for the project will be “Avatar: The Seed Bearer”. This week out promoting the video game release “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora” and the new 4K releases of the first two “Avatar” films, producer Jon Landau has shot down that talk.

He tells there are no plans for any of the upcoming films to have that title:

“I’m qualified to tell you that that [‘The Seed Bearer’] is not the title for Avatar 3. That’s what my Wikipedia page says? That is getting changed tonight!”

We do know the third film will deal with fire Na’vi, a tribe who lives with ash in presumably a volcanic environment. Jake’s son Lo’ak, played by Britain Dalton, is narrating the new one.

It is currently slated for a December 19th 2025 release. Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” snagged $2.3 billion worldwide in cinemas at a time when most movies seem to be struggling to break the $1 billion mark.

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