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The production on James Cameron's much-awaited "Avatar" sequels is expected to restart in New Zealand next week. Producer Jon Landau took to Instagram on Thursday to share that he and the rest of the "Avatar" cast and crew will be returning to New Zealand next week, reports variety.com. 
"Our ‘Avatar' sets are ready. -- and we couldn't be more excited to be headed back to New Zealand next week," Landau wrote while sharing a photograph of two water vessels used in the films. "Check out the Matador, a high speed forward command vessel (bottom) and the Picador jetboat (top) — can't wait to share more," he added.

The work on the "Avatar" sequels came to a halt in March with lockdown orders by the New Zealand government due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier in an interview with Empire for the new Celebration Of Cinema issue, Cameron shared that he is confident that his much-awaited "Avatar 2" will release as planned.

"Avatar 2" is currently slated for a release on December 17, 2021.
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