Game of Thrones alum joins James Cameron's four Avatar sequels

Ruben Ruiz
June 21, 2017

The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Game of Thrones star Oona Chaplin has joined the sequels as Varang, a prominent character described as being strong and vibrant.

According to THR, Chaplin will play a "strong and vibrant" central character named Varang, who "spans the entire saga of the sequels".

Chaplin, who is the granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin, also starred in the Tom Hardy series Taboo and was seen on the big screen in the romance The Longest Ride.

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The plot of the four "Avatar" sequels is being kept under lock and key.

"Avatar 2" is slated for release Dec. 18, 2020; "Avatar 3" is scheduled for Dec. 17, 2021; "Avatar 4" in December 2024; and "Avatar 5" in 2025. Avatar takes flight as we begin concurrent production on four sequels. The creator of the original "Avatar", the 2009 fantasy epic that remains the all-time worldwide box office champion with $2.8 billion, said at the time that his vision for the story had expanded significantly. The James Cameron-directed sequels are written by Cameron along with Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, Josh Friedman, and Shane Salerno.

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