If you were even just a little bit keen to see where the Avatar universe is going - and the spin-off game that Ubisoft's been making - then I have bad news, friend.
Disney released an updated schedule of movies earlier this morning, showing their general timeline for all Disney and Fox-related movies up until 2027.
Nothing's really changed as far as this year's concerned, but there's been a few delays beyond that. Avatar 2 has been pushed back to 2021, which is when we'll get a new Indiana Jones movie as well. The next Star Wars after The Rise of Skywalker are scheduled for a biannual cadence, with the next film in the franchise scheduled for 2022.
The first quarter of next year will see the live-action Mulan drop alongside a new Kingsman movie, along with The New Mutants. The New Mutants, a spin-off from the X-Men universe, features Maisie Williams and Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things). It was first due for release in 2018, but Fox decided to reshoot the film to give it more of a horror vibe. The reshoots were scheduled to kick off in September last year, but those reshoots hadn't happened as of March.