Steven Lang liked the script for the next Avatar installment

With the next release of Don’t Breathe 2 on August 13, Collider has spoken with Stephen Lang about its sequel. He also talks about how director James Cameron dealt with a glitch while filming for Avatar.

The labia of Steve Weintrub of Collider act again. Through the interview to the actor I could not get information about the plot or plot of the next installment of Avatar. He decided to ask him about his reaction to reading the scripts and how Cameron used technology to help make the sequels.

“When I finished the last script, I cried. It seemed so beautiful to me. Yes, the last script because it’s telling a great, great story, an original story, a beautiful, beautiful story, and it moved me incredibly. I hope, I trust and I think that the public will be too, because one of the things it does very, very well is that it moves it from the page to the stage in a very literal way. Do you know what I mean? You really see it. What you read is what you get from him, I think, and more. “

Although he didn’t want to reveal which scene was being shot, Lang talked about the way Cameron uses technology and how he’s always the smartest in the room:

“He’s definitely pushing big on this case. I’m not going to reveal any trade secrets for saying that, but I do remember working on a sequence with him, where there was a scale problem. That is all I will say. And it was defeatist. Took and brought everything to a kind of stop. There was a problem that no one else recognized except him at the time. So he had to come up with a solution. Anyway, we basically shut down or started working on something else. The next day, he came to me very excited and said, “I have discovered the algorithm to do this.” He said this algorithm and I looked at him thinking, “What the hell are you talking about? I have no idea what you are talking about’. But he did. He created a problem… there was a problem because he wanted a scene, something to happen, and then he solved it. He’s been doing that his entire career. And it’s pretty cool, pretty amazing. “

Stephen Lang

When Steven Weintrub talks to the CTO, demonstrates your knowledge of all aspects of the industry and how VFX intersect with filmmaking. So it is not surprising that he is the one who has identified the problem and how to solve it.

Perhaps you have been hearing about these alleged sequels for more than a decade. Avatar (2009) and maybe you’re not entirely wrong. Since the first installment of Avatar became the highest grossing film of all time, the screenwriter-director James Cameron and the producer Jon landau they’ve been talking about it. In October 2010 it was reported on the agreement to shoot Avatar 2 Y 3 from the end of 2011, immediately after he finished the scripts, which he intended to write in early 2011. At that time he comments:

Because it’s big business, and I’m trying to put it together as a game plan that stretches forward 10 years.. “

Back then, the plan was for two sequels and Avatar 2 it would arrive in December 2014 and the 3 in December 2015. In the end, those dates were delayed. Two sequels turned into four and many wondered if audiences would ever return to Pandora. Therefore, when the production of the sequels of Avatar It really started in 2017, with a billion dollar budget, fans assumed we’d have our first look in a year or two. Obviously, that did not happen. Maybe it’s because the release date has been pushed back, or maybe it’s because Cameron is again pushing the boundaries of what technology can do and the visuals aren’t quite finished.


Although we still have not seen anything of the aftermath of AvatarExcept for behind-the-scenes footage from the set, the current release date of December 22, 2022, looks set to come true. In fact, in September of last year, Cameron revealed that the filming of Avatar 2 had finished.

It’s easy to say that audiences don’t want to return to the magical lands of Pandora. But one thing is for sure, James Cameron never disappoints.

Sequel Trailer Do not breathe

Don’t breathe 2 will again show Norman Nordstrom, who now lives quietly in a cabin in the woods raising an orphan girl. But when he least expects it, the sins of his past will begin to catch up with him. In Spain, the sequel is distributed by Sony and is expected to hit theaters on August 13.

You can also see the first installment of Avatar (2009) on Disney +.