Kate Winslet Joins The Cast Of James Cameron's 'Avatar' Sequels

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Kate Winslet and director James Cameron have reunited with each other for the forthcoming Avatar sequels, some 20 years after they worked on his box office smash Titanic together.

Cameron has previously announced his plans for four additional sequels to his 2009 hit film Avatar, which will be released between 2020 and 2025. It's not known how numerous four planned sequels she will feature in. Find out more about casting Kate Winslet in Avatar sequels below.

Cameron spoke to Deadline about the news, confirming that Winslet will play a character named Ronal-but he didn't share much else. After their onscreen chemistry in "Titanic', Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio were considered as, lovebirds which still continues for those who are unaware of the fact". "The lovely thing about Titanic for me now, my children and their friends... their friends say, 'Oh I love the bit in Titanic when you did...'"

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Cameron mentions he has been wanting to work with Winslet for some time now since their work on Titanic and is happy the two finally get a chance to do another film together. Most of the cast members that will be retrieving their role would be Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, CCH Pounder, and Stephen Lang, with Game of Thrones star Oona Chaplin recently joining the cast.

"#Avatar 2" is the second in a planned four sequels to Cameron's original live-action/CGI blockbuster, and it appears to be setting the franchise up as a generational saga of sorts. " Now that it's been 20 years, though, they're ready to try again".

The movie won eleven Oscars and became the top-grossing film of all time until it was dethroned by Avatar. The record stood until Cameron's Avatar dethroned it.