The Wrap Up: Zoe Saldana Chats About the ‘Avatar’ Sequels
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Zoe Saldana talks about the lengthy shoot for the ‘Avatar’ sequels, ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ releases a very unfortunate poster, and a key ‘Die Hard’ actor passes away.
FEATURED: Zoe Saldana says that the ‘Avatar’ sequels will take eight to nine months to film.
James Cameron is still working on the final draughts of the script and then everyone in the cast will get the call. We’re going to be shooting mainly in Los Angeles and that will make things easier for me since I live there. Because we’re doing the sequels back-to-back and it’s going to take at least eight or nine months or more to finish the (three) films.
Read more at the Daily Mirror.
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