Cliff Curtis Lands Leading Role of Tonowari In All Four ‘Avatar’ Sequels

May 9, 2017

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Deadline has confirmed that New Zealand actor Cliff Curtis (Whale Rider, Training Day, Sunshine, Fear The Walking Dead) has landed a leading role of Tonowari in all four of James Cameron’s Avatar sequels.

Deadline has confirmed that Fear the Walking Dead‘s Cliff Curtis is boarding all four of James Cameron’s upcoming Avatar sequels in a lead role. The New Zealand-born actor will play Tonowari, who is the leader of the Metkayina, the reef people clan (Cameron has said in interviews that the Avatar world in future installments will take place underwater).

We’ve been reporting for months that Avatar 2 would begin in mid-August, with cast members confirming a start in late summer (August-September).

SOURCE: DEADLINE

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