Alita Battle Angel 2 is talking about him again. In an interview with Forbes, James Cameron teases not one sequel to Alita Battle Angel but several.
When Forbers magazine asks the director of Titanic and Terminator about the sale of his house near Santa Barbara, California, he replies: “For Avatar, I will be working in Wellington (New Zealand) and Los Angeles. For the new Alita Battle Angel movies, I’ll be in Austin. This house doesn’t make sense to us anymore“.
Cameron therefore teases that several Alita films are in anticipation with Robert Rodriguez whose studios are located in Austin. However, we risk having to wait a little (a lot?) before discovering the result.
On the release of Avatar the Waterway, Jon Landauproducer James Cameron said he was very confident for the continuation of the Alita adventure.
He had announced that discussions were underway with Robert Rodriguez. “Jhope this will come to fruition.”
Whether Alita Battle Angel was loved by millions of fans, it was nonetheless a commercial disappointment for Fox (405 million dollars in revenue for a budget of 200 million).
However, James Cameron, Robert Rodriguez and Jon Landau have never stopped fighting for the production of a sequel. “With a little luck, the film could be made.Jon Landau told Deadline.Now I don’t want to give you a precise chronology, otherwise it might fall on me.“
The director ofone night in hell And SinCity explained to the Hollywood Reporter when the series was released Star Wars The Book Of Boba Fett in May 2022: “Jim [James Cameron – ndlr] and I talked about it recently, and we’re still interested. I said to him, “Let me deliver Boba and then let’s decide on a story.“So be patient…
Robert Rodriguez tells us about Alita Battle Angel fans:
“I think anything is possible.” continues Robert Rodriguez. “Disney bought Fox and they have Disney+. It deserves that we have this conversion with them. I know a lot of people would love another movie and I would love to do another one. In terms of how Alita 2 would stream and how it would be made, I think streaming opens up a lot of opportunities for sequels. It’s already a pre-sold concept, there’s already an acquired audience just waiting to see a sequel, which could then be delivered to them in a way that’s easiest for them to consume. So it’s not a bad idea.”