James Cameron's" Avatar" sequels were pushed back

James Cameron's Long-awaited And Often Delayed Follow-up " Avatar" Has Been Pushed Back With Another Year.

'Avatar 2' Will Now Be Released Internationally On December 17, 2021 Instead Of December 18, 2020, As Originally Planned.

The Delay Means That 'Avatar 3' Will Open On December 22, 2023 As Opposed To December 17, 2021 While 'Avatar 4' Will Release On December 19, 2025 Instead Of December 20, 2024 And 'Avatar 5' Will Open On December 17 , 2027.

The News Comes As Part Of A Larger Shift In Release Dates Unveiled By Walt Disney Studios. The Company Is Moving Around The Debuts Of Various Movies And Inherited After Buying The Bulk Of 21st Century Fox's Film And Television Assets In A $ 71.3 Billion Mega-merger Deal.

As Part Of The Release Date Shake-up, Disney Announced There Will Be Three Yet-untitled 'Star Wars' Movies.

They Will Hit Theaters After" Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker" Brings The Skywalker Spin-off Saga To A Close In December This Year.

The First Of The New Three Films Will Hit The Big Screen On December 16, 2022. There Will Be Two Other Follow-ups That Will Premiere On December 20, 2024 And December 18, 2026.

After The Success Of 'Avengers: Endgame', Disney Has Also Adapted Some Upcoming Marvel Releases. Fox's " The New Mutants" Has Been Pushed Back From August 2, 2019 To April 3, 2020.

Meanwhile, " Gambit" , Another Fox-owned Project, Was Removed From The Studio's Schedule. The Channing Tatum Led Spin-off Was Previously Dated For March 13, 2020.

But That Is Not Everything. In 2020, Steven Spielberg's " West Side Story" Adaptation Will Open On December 18, While 'Cruella', A Live-action '101 Dalmatians' Spin-off, Will Launch On December 23.

" Ad Astra," An Astronaut Drama Starring Brad Pitt, Will Now Be Released On September 20, 2019." Artemis Fowel," Scheduled For August 9, 2019, Is Now Dated For May 29, 2020.