James Cameron Takes Us Inside His Never-Before-Seen Avatar Inspired Eco-Friendly Offices in Manhattan Beach

December 22nd, 2017 by admin

Find out how Cameron and his producing partner, Jon Landau, set out to have the “greenest set in Hollywood” for the next four Avatar films
It’s been nearly a decade since James Cameron’s blockbuster Avatar changed the cinematic landscape by using state-of-the-art, motion capture 3-D technology. As fans wait patiently for four planned follow-up sequels to the 2009 film, they’ve had to make due with an Avatar-inspired Cirque du Soleil performance piece, a traveling science exhibit, and a recently opened themed area at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The much-delayed films, at a cost of a reported $1 billion, are now expected in December 2020, 2021, 2024, and 2025.
At a studio in Manhattan Beach, California, that formerly belonged to Marvel, Cameron and his company, Lightstorm Entertainment, are working steadfastly to meet those deadlines.

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Find out how Cameron and his producing partner, Jon Landau, set out to have the “greenest set in Hollywood” for the next four Avatar films
It’s been nearly a decade since James Cameron’s blockbuster Avatar changed the cinematic landscape by using state-of-the-art, motion capture 3-D technology. As fans wait patiently for four planned follow-up sequels to the 2009 film, they’ve had to make due with an Avatar-inspired Cirque du Soleil performance piece, a traveling science exhibit, and a recently opened themed area at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The much-delayed films, at a cost of a reported $1 billion, are now expected in December 2020, 2021, 2024, and 2025.
At a studio in Manhattan Beach, California, that formerly belonged to Marvel, Cameron and his company, Lightstorm Entertainment, are working steadfastly to meet those deadlines.

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