In an interview with Empire magazine, "Avatar" director James Cameron had few nice things to say about the shooting, as the restrictions and delays made the production of the film extremely difficult. On top of that, is a break of meanwhile more than ten years between the first and the second part and to make things worse, there are also constant postponements of the movies. But further postponements could now be a thing of the past, at least for the time being, because in the recent interview with Empire he is optimistic about the future. He assumes that the shooting will be delayed for a few more months, but then it can be continued as planned.
That's to be hoped, because with the gigantic project "Avatar" Cameron has a lot of plans for the future. Since 2017, the shooting of the four sequels has been in progress, and the amount of work behind the scenes hasn't decreased since the first part. So it is to be hoped that Cameron will soon be able to continue shooting again, so that the cinema release on December 17, 2021 will not be jeopardized even more.