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Four ‘Avatar’ sequels start filming as New Zealand lifts lockdown restrictions

The Hollywood Reporter reported that visual effects on the films continued to be worked on after filming was delayed due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Deadline reported that four sequels of “Avatar” are being shot at the same time with the estimated budget of around $1 billion.

The coronavirus lockdown is over in New Zealand, with the government approving new health and safety measures.

With the resumption of business activities in the country, The “Avatar” sequels are also likely to resume production.

The government has allowed TV and movie productions and other activities after successfully handling the situation created by the coronavirus pandemic.

As many as 21 people died out of a total of 1497 affected by COVID-19 in New Zealand.

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