Since early August, American cinemas shows the documentary “Deepsea Challenge 3D” which portrays how in 2012 the Canadian dived with a midget submarine in the Pacific Ocean about 11,000 feet below sea level.
His solo expedition by the Mariana Trench, the deepest place on the planet, was a record decline.
The Canadian has not forgotten his promise to film three more films of Avatar. As told in late July, early scripts and ideas for new creatures are on the table. But fans will have to wait at least five years to see the first sequel.