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Colonel Quaritch Will Rise From The Grave For Avatar Sequels

Stephen Lang, the actor best known for his villainous role in James Cameron’s box office behemoth Avatar, is returning to the role for the upcoming three Avatar sequels.  “But wait”, you say, the last time we saw Quaritch he had a substantially large Na’vi arrow sticking out of his chest.  True, but as director and Avatar creator James Cameron has pointed out, this is a sci-fi story so frankly anything is possible.  The King of the World went on to say that “Stephen was so memorable in the first film, we’re privileged to have him back…his character will evolve into really unexpected places across the arc of our new three-film saga.”  There’s no doubting that Quaritch was a fantastic big bad in Avatar, and people transferring bodies is something well established in the Avatar-universe but how do you feel about Quaritch returning?  Good idea and if so how will he come back?  Terminator style via time-travel?  A clone?  Or maybe as some bizarre nature spirit with evil intentions who turns into a gloopy smog monster, posses a big chainsaw and starts cutting down the Na’vi trees?  Oh wait, that’s Fern Gully.  Source – Deadline

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