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Casting: newcomer to the world of ”Avatar” and modern Don Quixote

Image Not so long ago, moviegoers learned the disappointing news - the premiere of the sequel to Avatar will have to wait another three years. Now the portal Deadline has managed to get the first news of the casting - one of the main roles in all four planned films of the franchise has received the star of the series "Fear the Walking Dead" Cliff Curtis .

The actor will play Tonovari - the leader of the clan Metkain , living on the reefs. Earlier, James Cameron mentioned in his interviews that the action in the new Avatars will unfold not only on land, but also under water.

It is known that Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington and Sigourney Weaver will return to their roles from the cast of the first "Avatar". Cameron plans to start filming the sequels next year.

Sources say that work on Avatar will not prevent Cliff Curtis from continuing to play one of the main characters in the zombie drama AMC , which has already received an extension for the fourth season. Among the full-length films with the participation of the actor, you can find "The Lord of the Elements", "The Rebel" and the thriller "MEG", which is just getting ready to be released.


Nowadays, cinema, as well as television, often takes famous lawsuits as the basis for the plot, and Russell Crowe ("Gladiator") and David Oyelowo are preparing to take part in the filming of one of these ("Selma"). The actors are in talks to get roles in Arc of Justice .

Jose Padilla, famous for RoboCop and Barygam, will tell you how in 1925 Dr. on the basis of racial hatred. The brilliant lawyer Clarence Darrow ( Crowe ) took up the case and eventually got all charges dropped.


Tim Blake Nelson ("The Incredible Hulk") will star in The True Don Quixote , a modern interpretation of the story of Miguel de Cervantes. The actor got the role of a man who spends too much time reading romantic stories and eventually begins to believe that he is a knight. His henchman, Sancho Pansu , will be played by Jacob Batalon ("Spider-Man: Homecoming").

Chris Poshe ("The Woods") wrote the script and is leading the filming for the project, which started in New Orleans.

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Author: Jake Pinkman