The creator of Avatar, James Cameron, just blew the ending of his potential five film movie universe. And he did it with a theme park. Stay with us here, cause it's a little weird.
Concept art from a ride in Pandora: World of Avatar. Image: Disney
James Cameron is currently working on four Avatar sequels, parts two through five. He's also about to team up with Disney to open Pandora: The World of Avatar, a theme park experience at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando, FL. In an interview conducted inside the park, Cameron said that the park is set in a timeline after the five movies. A time when the war between humans and Na'vi is over. A time when the Na'vi have begun to welcome humans onto their planet with opens arms.
Jeez, James, thanks for the spoilers. The Na'vi win? Pandora isn't destroyed?
Cameron says this in the below video of him touring the park with Whoopi Goldberg on The View. That, as well as the second video from Good Morning America below it, are the best looks yet at the newest jewel in the Disney theme park crown.
And here's the GMA segment
While I'm not a fan of the bubbly, surface exploration of these parks provided by morning television, it does look like Disney's Imagineers have pulled together something truly unique with Pandora. Now, as long as Cameron can get his movies out in time, people see them, and people like them, they will be all set.
At the very least, we now know how it all ends.
Pandora: The World of Avatar opens at Animal Kingdom on May 27.