“Avatar” will continue to make লার 1 billion to resume production in New Zealand, the report said.

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The sequel to the long-awaited “Avatar” may have to resume after Hollywood closes due to current healthcare.

According to the deadline, film productions could resume in New Zealand if the country approves new safety and security production protocols. Also, retail chains have confirmed that a few TV and movie productions are already underway.

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New Zealand has recently been praised for experiencing an ongoing health crisis.

Under the new protocol on the production of safety and security products in the country, in the coming months, four sequels of “Avatar” may resume production. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film’s visual effects continue to work against the backdrop of delayed filming. The publication further said that the announced four sequels, which are being shot simultaneously, are expected to be called around Rs 1 billion.

The first sequel to Avatar is scheduled for December 2021. The next three are expected to continue in 2021, 2025 and 2027.

Earlier, “Avatar” producer John Landou confirmed to the New Zealand Herald that the productions would continue in March, adding: “We are in a global crisis and this is not about the film world. I think we need to do what we can now. As we are saying here to smooth the curve. “

Meanwhile, the official account of “Avatar” features most of the screen scenes of actor and director James Cameron. Recently, the account shared pictures of the processes of underwater shooting.

“With lots of sequels: @ Jim Cameron dives underwater to film the performance before the actors take control. Interesting fact: this white layer on the surface of the water is made up of floating balls that do not prevent light from being reflected under water, “he tweeted.

When a follower asked why they only use floating balls rather than a dark surface, official accounts show that it “allows floating balls to rise safely when needed by actors.”

Including a set of sequels: িম Jim Cameron controls the actors before they dive into the performance.

Fun fact: This white layer on the surface of the water consists of floating balls that do not allow the lamps to interfere with the shooting under the sink. pic.twitter.com/dOBwS6qOXF

– Avatar (@official) May 6, 2020

Floating balls allow actors to calmly influence when needed. 🙂

– Avatar (official) May 7, 2020

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