Cameras are rolling on the 'Avatar' sequels once again. Shooting for the series had been suspended in New Zealand three months ago.
James Cameron and other crew members were required to exercise a 14-day quarantine period before recommencing filming on 'Avatar 2'.
It seems all the requirements were fulfilled as producer Jon Landau shared this image from the shoot.
Several crew members can be observed wearing masks in the image. They are also maintaining social distancing.
The sci fi franchise is the first major Hollywood production to resume filming amid the health crisis.
As preciously reported, motion capture on 'Avatar 2' and 'Avatar 3' have already been completed; all that is left to film on the first sequel is live-action pickups. The crew used a border exemption clause for foreigners considered of 'significant economic value' in order to restart production.