“Avatar 2” is being produced by Jon Landau & James Cameron through “Lightstorm Entertainment.” All of the “3” sequels will be directed by Cameron. “Avatar 2” is now in pre-production & the filming will begin December 2014 & will run through March of 2015. It was announced that Sigourney Weaver will return for all of the sequels. Sam Worthington, Zoë Saldana & Stephen Lang will also return as the main characters.
Sigourney Weaver & Stephen Lang's characters died in the first film, but they will be resurrected in a different vein. “Avatar 2” is now seeking actor & actress submissions for all the new supporting roles. All auditions will be in Los Angeles & New Zealand where the main filming will take place. Any additional filming will be in Manhattan Beach, CA. If acting talent is not a citizen of California or New Zealand. They will have to obtain work permits in each country.
For California actor submissions. Please send to:
Margery Simkin / 4000 Warner Blvd. / Building 138. Suite 1203 / Burbank, CA 91522
For New Zealand actor submissions. Please send to:
Miranda Rivers / The Casting Company / 148A Park Road. Miramar / Wellington, New Zealand 6022
Actors & actresses - please read full instructions at the “Acting Auditions” website before you submit your actor headshots.
The “Background Extra” casting calls have not yet been announced. “Acting Auditions” will post that information in the future when filming begins in California & New Zealand.
Note to actors & actresses: “Do not” send your actor headshots to the movie studio addresses listed. They will only be thrown into the trash. “Do not” drop off your actor headshots to casting directors at their address listed. (Doing this makes you a needy & desperate actor which is frowned upon. They want professional actors who will get the job done. If you fit the character type or role. Then, you will called into audition).
According to the official website of “Box Office Mojo” that tracks movie box office receipts. “Avatar” (2009) pulled in $749,766,139 at U.S. theaters. At the foreign box office, it grabbed a whopping $2,027,457,462.